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“Because of Ronson’s relentless self-deprecation and goofy, British humor, it’s easy to tag along without fully realizing the rigor of his reporting, which is itself frenzied with compulsive questioning and obsessive research.” -- The Boston Globe
“A rollicking, page-turner of a book... no ordinary piece of investigative journalism… Ronson’s storytelling skills are strong enough to enliven even the necessary reflections that would be one yawn after another if entrusted to a lesser writer.” -- San Francisco Chronicle
“…A book that manages to be as cheerily kooky as it is well-researched.” -- Los Angeles Times
“Engagingly irreverent…” -- New York Times
“[A] fascinating and humane book…” -- Washington Post Book World
“…Both terrifying and hilarious.” -- O, The Oprah Magazine
Jon Ronson’s works include The Amazing Adventures of Phoenix Jones, and Them: Adventures with Extremists and The Men Who Stare at Goats—both international bestsellers. The Men Who Stare at Goats was as a major motion picture, released in 2009 and starring George Clooney. Ronson lives in London.
Scary, scary, scary. I ended up thinking of past bosses and am pretty sure they would fit the psycho profile.Published 2 days ago by janice
Much more than a book about psychopaths. It's a look at the whole "madness industry" where, it seems, every human behaviour has to have a diagnostic label. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trevor
The first Jon Ronson book I read. I couldn't put it down. I will no doubt be reading anything else he puts out.Published 3 months ago by D. Florek
This is a very strangely written book. I would not reccommend it to anyone.Published 6 months ago by Eliza Forbes
Such a great read. I couldn't put it down and then i bought copies for my friends.Published 8 months ago by Frog Feet
This was my introduction to Jon Ronson and I LOVED it. A fascinating look at sociopathy and how it manifests in people from all walks of life. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gillian Lanyon
If you want to reinforce your antipathy towards the psychiatric profession this is the book to read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Catherine Taylor