Diary Of An Oxygen Thief
This book has 151 pages.
The first page of this book is plastered all over social media.
Does this look familiar:
After stumbling across this picture numerous times, I was intrigued and wanted to see what the hype was about.
After reading this book inside and out, twice, I must say that the hype is very much so unnecessary.
The narrator is not only unbearably arrogant, but also a complete douchebag.
He goes around hurting girls and yet feels like he is a victim in the whole situation.
Another problem with this book is that it's so glamorized!
A bunch of way too young kids are reading this book and it defiantly not appropriate for any young adult.
It's scary to think that someone young may pick up this book and read it and mistake this as how love should feel like.
Although the book was written in a unique way, it felt rushed and stuck in a cycle.
It gives a screwed up outlook on love and no one should think that what the people endured was love.
Yes, the opening line of the book is a good attention getter, but the rest of the book does not live up to the expectation.
It's horrible to think that this is a true story.
What this man does is he attracts girls, makes them fall for him, uses them, convinces them that he loves them even though he feels nothing to them, and then he dumps them.
To him it doesn't matter how long it take, a week or five years.
He's an alcoholic trying to get his life together while feeling sorry for himself and making excuses for the pain he has caused plenty of girls.
I give this a 1 out of 5.