From New York Times bestselling author Augusten Burroughs comes a dark and hilarious memoir that takes up where RUNNING WITH SCISSORS left off: the life of a young man with a twisted past trying to wrestle with his own demons.
Mr. Burroughs remains ebulliently glib when it's useful, as befits his advertising skills. But Dry also deals with two deaths: his lover's and, very nearly, his own. These are no laughing matters, but Mr. Burroughs remains adept at mixing comedy and calamity. — Janet Maslin