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Toil & Trouble: A Memoir From The Number One New York Times Bestselling Author Comes Another Stunning Memoir That Is Tender, Touchingand Just A Little Spooky Here S A Partial List Of Things I Don T Believe In God The Devil Heaven Hell Bigfoot Ancient Aliens Past Lives Life After Death Vampires Zombies Reiki Homeopathy Rolfing Reflexology Note That Witches And Witchcraft Are Absent From This List The Thing Is, I Wouldn T Believe In Them, And I Would Privately Ridicule Any Idiot Who Did, Except For One Thing I Am A Witch For As Long As Augusten Burroughs Could Remember, He Knew Things He Shouldn T Have Known He Manifested Things That Shouldn T Have Come To Pass And He Told Exactly No One About This, Save One Person His Mother His Mother Reassured Him That It Was All Perfectly Normal, That He Was Descended From A Long Line Of Witches, Going Back To The Days Of The Early American Colonies And That This Family Tree Was Filled With Witches It Was A Bond That He And His Mother Shared Until The Day She Left Him In The Care Of Her Psychiatrist To Be Raised In His Family But That S A Whole Other Story After That, Augusten Was On His Own On His Own To Navigate The World Of This Tricky Power On His Own To Either Use Or Misuse This GiftFrom The Hilarious To The Terrifying, Toil Trouble Is A Chronicle Of One Man S Journey To Understand Himself, To Reconcile The Powers He Can Wield With Things With Which He Is Helpless There Are Very Few Things That Are Coincidences, As You Will Learn In Toil Trouble Ghosts Are Real, Trees Can Want To Kill You, Beavers Are The Spawn Of Satan, Houses Are Alive, And In The End, Love Is The Most Powerful Magic Of All

10 thoughts on “Toil & Trouble: A Memoir

  1. says:

    Thank you Netgslley More later Mel

  2. says:

    It s pretty impressive that one person can write so many memoirs In this one, he reveals that he s a witch, from a long line of witches He s otherwise a nonbeliever, of ghosts, God, zombies, Bigfoot and so on He explains that being a witch isn t supernatural, it s natural For

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    Witchy Wonderful There are three things you should know about witches 1 As long as there have been human beings there have been witch beings 2 Witches have always been misunderstood.3 Witches are real Witchcraft is not a religion It s the craftwork of a witch it s the thing wi

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    Burroughs is a magnificent storyteller He has an uncanny ability to pull you into his story and just when you think you might put the book down, he tugs on that literary string and pulls you right back in Burroughs is excellent at creating comfort so that you feel you are readi

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    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I doFrom the number one New York Times bestselling a

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    I was not sure about this one because of the witchcraft but I was wrong to be cautious This is vintage Augusten, comforting and beautiful, like sitting down with an old friend Unlike much of his previous writing, this is a book about being happy and what it took to get there It s

  7. says:

    So last night I had a dream i was eating a Twix bar, today I was at the grocery store checking out and holy cow would you believe it there was the very same Twix bar from my dream So I must be a witch This book is a mash up of different predictions and weak stories trying so despe

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    I recieved this book from Goodreads.I approached this book with an open mind with neither the belief or disbelief of witches and witchcraft I read it like I would any other autobiography.That being said, Toil Trouble A Memoir is definitely not like any autobiography I ever read bef

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    Augusten Burrough s new memoir did not disappoint It was a fascinating read about Mr Burrough s life as a witch, and his quirky and genuine writing style made this book a pleasure to read It was funny and quite enlightening, I ve learned some new things about witches and the history

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