How to Murder Your Life

Editorial reviews

How to Murder Your Life

“How to Murder Your Life” feels like an artifact from a previous New York, previous internet, previous calculus of celebrity.

What’s missing is humor. Every generation needs its Carrie Fisher, perhaps even its Hunter S. Thompson, but this isn’t it.

There is no triumphant conclusion to this book, which Marnell began writing on the day it was originally due. It is the memoir of an addiction still going on, being negotiated everyday.