This author has clearly led an entertaining - albeit problematic - life, and it makes for an enthralling read. I've read a number of memoirs and often find that subjects such as mental illness and addiction are covered with a depressing and tragic narration, leading to a monotonous and melancholic read, but in this book, there is an intriguing and hilarious edge to the narration that makes for a very enjoyable read."
The Line, the Itchand the Rabbit Hole is the memoirof David Jester:a child with Tourette’s Syndrome,a young teenager with depressionand an adolescent addictedto drugs and alcohol. A humorous autobiography charting 11 difficult years, beginning with his first tic aged 7.
Shelfari edited the description of The Line, the Itch and the Rabbit Hole Sunday, October 28, 2012.