Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing is a memoir by Matthew Perry. The book tells the story of his struggles with addiction and depression, as well as his relationships with friends and lovers over the years. It is an honest account of both his highs and lows, offering readers a unique insight into one man’s life.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to get a closer look at the life of an addict and depression sufferer. It is also for those who are interested in memoirs, or in Matthew Perry’s work as an actor and comedian.
- It is an honest account of one man’s life.
- It offers readers a unique insight into his struggles with addiction and depression.
- It is well written and easy to read.
- The book may be too personal for some readers
- It may only be of interest to those who are fans of Matthew Perry or know him personally
- It could be seen as self-indulgent
Learn more about the author
Matthew Perry is an American actor and writer. He is best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the television sitcom Friends, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award.
“This book is a rollercoaster of emotions. It’s raw, honest, and surprisingly funny at times. I couldn’t put it down.”
“The story of a man struggling against all odds and his own demons to find happiness. Perry is brutally honest in his writing, laying bare both the good and bad moments of his life. This makes for an engaging, compelling read.”
“Matthew Perry’s Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing is a surprisingly frank and introspective memoir about addiction and depression. As someone who has dealt with both issues myself, I found some of his insights to be eye-opening. This book is definitely worth reading for anyone seeking a better understanding of these topics.”
“This book is a wild roller coaster ride of emotions! Perry pulls no punches as he bares his soul to the reader. His addicton and depression are laid bare for all to see, along with the highs and lows of his personal relationships. This is an incredibly intimate look at one man’s life, warts and all. If you’re looking for a raw, honest read, then Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing is definitely for you!”