Not only does Thom write about his struggle to understand why his brother murdered his mother, but he writes about his struggles with his religious beliefs, his sexuality, his acting career and his own mental challenges. His writing style is remarkable. You feel like he is sitting right in front of you telling his life story and he leaves nothing out.
A very gripping book that pulled me in from the beginning. I read this book in one sitting and will not forget it. One of the best memoirs I have read in a long time. I look forward to Thom’s return to The Young and the Restless and I hope to see a motion picture soon based on this book.
Also, I want to mention Thom’s striking artwork that is displayed throughout the book. He has a website at http://www.ThomBierdz.com that shows more of his work.
Thank you very much to Thom and Bostick Communications for giving me the opportunity to review this book.