Sober Stick Figure



Sober Stick Figure Is A Memoir From Stand Up Comedian Amber Tozer, Chronicling Her Life As An Alcoholic And Her Eventual Recovery Starting With Her First Drink At The Age Of Seven All Told With The Help Of Childlike Stick Figures Amber Writes And Illustrates The Crazy And Harsh Truths Of Being Raised By Alcoholics, Becoming One Herself, Stagnating In Denial For Years, And Finally Getting Sober.As A Teenager, Amber Is An Overachieving Student Athlete Who Copes With Her Family S Alcoholic Tragedies By Focusing On Her Achievements It Quickly Takes A Funny And Dark Turn When She Starts To Experiment With Booze And Ignores The Warning Signs Of Alcoholism Through Blackouts, Cringe Worthy Embarrassments, And Pounding Hangovers, She Convinces Herself That She Just Likes To Party She Leaves Her Hometown Of Pueblo, Colorado To Follow Her Dreams, And Ends Up In New York City, Spending Lots Of Time Binge Drinking, Passing Out On Trains, And Telling Jokes On Stage She Then Moves To Los Angeles, Thinking Sunshine And Show Business Will Save Her Eventually Hitting Rock Bottom, She Has A Moment Of Clarity, And Knows She Has To Stop Drinking It S Now Been Seven Years Since That Last Drink, And She S Ready To Tell Her Story Sober Stick Figure Is Adventurous, Hilarious, Sad, Sweet, Tragic And Ultimately Inspiring.Sober Stick Figure

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Sober Stick Figure
  • Amber Tozer
  • English
  • 09 September 2018
  • 0762459727

10 thoughts on “Sober Stick Figure

  1. says:

    I liked this book very much, I m wavering between 4 or 5 stars I will write a longer review tomorrow I do recommend this memoir.Thought I would add a fewthings to my review I liked the little stick figure drawings that accompanied the author s memories really cute and clever idea I don t know anyone with an addiction to alcohol but I have read similar books and this is well done I especially liked the letter she wrote to her father at the end of the book I had a similar relationshi I liked this book very much, I m wavering between 4 or 5 stars I will write a longer review tomor...

  2. says:

    To readof my reviews please go to Lit Wit Wine and Dine.Amber Tozer is super funny, brutally honest comedian who has bravely chosen to share her story of alcoholism and recovery with the world If you re thinking this is another super heavy memoir that will leave you feeling nothing but depression and pity, just take a look at the cover That sick figure version of Amber makes frequent appearances throughout the book In a very real and funny way, Amber Tozer shares how and why she first To readof my reviews please go to Lit Wit Wine and Dine.Amber Tozer is super funny, brutally honest comedian who has bravely chosen to share her story of alcoholism and recovery with the world If you re thinking this is another super heavy memoir that will leave you feeling nothing but depression and pity, just take a lo...

  3. says:

    This is a memoir of a young woman s struggle with addiction and recovery The book is illustrated with simple stick figures drawn by the author.This book begins with the following words This is a dark and funny story about alcoholism I hope it helps anyone who needs it I like this book It informs, enlightens and entertains the reader Amber Tozer grew up in a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic father and codependent mother It is no surprise that she began drinking at a young age.The pro This is a memoir of a young woman s struggle with addiction and recovery The book is illustrated with simple stick figures drawn by the author.This book begins with the following words This is a dark and funny story about alcoholism I hope it helps anyone who needs it I like this book It informs, enli...

  4. says:

    This book was easy to connect with because I understand the subject matter and am familiar with it Admittedly on some level we have all experienced the effects of addiction whether it is by direct result of our actions or those of others.I have been very close to alcoholics all my life My mom tried and tried and still couldn t keep my dead from drowning chronic ethanol poisoning homeless dad away from the drug and drank So while I was scared of it, I grew up in a place where alcohol abuse w This book was easy to connect with because I understand the subject matter and am familiar with it Admittedly on some level we have all experienced the effects of addiction whether it is by direct result of our actions or those of others.I have been very close to alcoholics all my life My mom tried and tried and still couldn t keep my dead from drowning chronic ethanol poisoning homeless dad away from the drug and drank So while I was scared of it, I grew up in a place where alcohol abuse was normalized and celebrated small town Wisconsin by people very close to me Having had an absent, alcoholic father I have always wondered, what does this mean for me What is...

  5. says:

    I loved this book so much Comedian Amber Tozer writes so candidly and honestly about her experiences with alcoholism, and what it took for her to finally become sober I ve followed Amber on Twitter for years, and I am in such awe of her ability to find humor in the dark and twisty moments in life She has such a unique comedic voice, and the addition of the little stick figure drawings adds a whole other level of humor They punctu...

  6. says:

    I really wanted to like itThe great title, the funny and childish drawings, the interesting preview a stand up comedian tackling the bitter subject of getting clean promised for a lot .The problem for me it s that it didn t delivered on the funny side The narrative feels dull, monotone and tedious Just an account of things that happened And when the author puts a funny twist or side note, it feels compelled to comment on it a constant see what I did there , that makes it feel I really wanted to like itThe great title, the funny and childish drawings, the interesting preview a stand up comedian tackling the bitter subject of getting clean promised for a lot .The problem for me it s that it didn t delivered on the funny side The narrative feels dull, monotone and tedious ...

  7. says:

    i really liked this book it was a funny, quick read i have always had a fear of drinking or drugs mostly cause i think ill die and reading this book kind of solidified my reason its a scary ass thing Amber talks about growing up, how she was surrounded by alcohol, how she discovered it, kept at it and hid it very well and essentially how she decided that she d rather live sober than hate life drinking and drinking to keep at life its crazy to think how much your childhood life and surrou i really liked this book it was a funny, quick read i have always had a fear of drinking or drugs mostly cause i think ill die and reading this book kind of solidified my reason its a scary ass thing Amber talks about growing up, how she was surrounded by alcohol, how she discovered it, kept at it and hid it very well and essentially how she decided that she d rather live sober than hate life drinking and drinking to keep ...

  8. says:

    Reading Amber Tozer s book is funny, moving and real How many things can you say that about Reading Sober Stick Figure was a sobering experience in the best way In her writing, she s honest with you and willing to take risks To me, the book is worth reading for that alone But there is a lotShe s not afraid of being human or looking bad Because of that, she s really funny, especially in the darkest moments She doesn t hide things, she blows them up Also, it was very interesting to Reading Amber Tozer s book is funny, moving and real How many things can you say that about Reading Sober Stick Figure was a sobering experience in the best way In her writing, she s honest with you and willing to take risks To me, the book...

  9. says:

    A memoir of a stand up comedian who starts drinking at age seven and continuing until it isthan she can handle This book is about alcoholism and how it causes problems in your life Amber finally meets someone who is sober She starts attending AA and becomes sober.The author draws little stick figures throughout the book The book is funny at times even though she is also seriously writing about an addiction she lived with for three decades She is now sober I hope she continues to stay A memoir of a stand up comedian who starts drinking at age seven and continuing until it isthan she can handle This book is about alcoholism and how it causes problems in your life Amber finally meets someone who is sober She starts attending AA and becomes sober.Th...

  10. says:

    I loved this book, read it in one afternoon It is highly relatable, funny, ridiculous, heartbreaking, feel good, wise, and unlike a lot of books about sobriety, it is never at all preachy She takes you through her entire career as a partier By simply sharing her experience, I imagine she will help countless others reflect on their own partying careers Oh yeah, and the drawings are frickin hysterical They are the perfect punctuation to her stories and highlight her original voice Really we I loved this book, read it in one afternoon It is highly relatable, funny, ridiculous, heartbreaking, feel good, wise, and unlike a lot of books about sobriety, it is never at all preachy She takes you through her entire career as a partier By simply sharing her experience, I imagine she will help countless others reflect on their own partying careers Oh yeah, and the drawings are frickin hysterical They are the perfect ...

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