Books by James Frey

James Frey is the author of the memoir A Million Little Pieces. He is originally from Cleveland, but he has lived in six countries and ten states. He used to write movies, but now writes books. He has also worked as a skateboard salesmen, a camp counselor


MY FRIEND LEONARD by James Frey
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: June 16, 2005

"A small fortune could be made by bottling this story and selling it as an antidote to self-pity. Frey will have to settle for the small fortune it will make in big sales."
A story of post-rehab, post-prison that's about as comforting as a sawn-off shotgun with a dark angel in attendance. Read full book review >
A MILLION LITTLE PIECES by James Frey
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 15, 2003

"Startling, at times pretentious in its self-regard, but ultimately breathtaking: The Lost Weekend for the under-25 set."
Frey's lacerating, intimate debut chronicles his recovery from multiple addictions with adrenal rage and sprawling prose. Read full book review >
CAME A DEAD CAT by James Frey
Released: Nov. 21, 1991

"With fewer cute encumbrances (martial-arts sessions, for instance), Odyssey could develop into someone worth knowing."
 Semi-tough California (yes, another one) p.i. Read full book review >