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Paperback Diary of an Oxygen Thief: Anonymous Book

ISBN: 0692539832

ISBN13: 9780692539835

Diary of an Oxygen Thief: Anonymous

(Book #1 in the The Oxygen Thief Diaries Series)

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Hurt people hurt people. Say there was a novel in which Holden Caulfield was an alcoholic and Lolita was a photographer's assistant and, somehow, they met in Bright Lights, Big City. He's blinded by... This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

9 ratings

Read the entire trilogy: it’s that good

Very engaging and it’s a total page turner. Honestly top 10 in my book.

Do not read this bs.

If I had to describe this book in one sentence it would be: Sociopathic incel who enjoys hurting women because daddy didn't love him finally meets his match and gets his heart broken. My first impression was that it was about a misogynist, and was stupid to the point where I wanted to put it down, but I didn't solely for the purpose of seeing how much worse it could get. It was overall not enjoyable. No wonder the author stayed anonymous. I was hoping for character development and found close to none. Sometimes the main character didn't seem to realize that he was the problem, yet other times he knew he was. There was pretty much nothing concrete or even likeable about his personality, and almost nothing relatable about him either. Bro referred to women as FEMALES several times. Even when he was sober and "better" he still constantly objectified women. It all felt SUPER male gaze-y. It was nowhere near an insightful read, honestly. I suppose the only "message" that was even remotely meaningful was about how men AND women just use each other to move up in life in different ways. But even then, this was such a self-pitying book that I could barely take anything the author was saying seriously. It had a desperate "feel bad for me, feel bad for me" hope for pity the entire time, and it just made the author look continuously more stupid. The only emotions this book made me feel were irritation at the main character, for a multitude of reasons, and nauseated from the second hand embarrassment at his humiliation. If that was the goal, good job Anonymous Author, you did it!

Kinda boring...

I was honestly a little disappointed. Even with how small the book is, it still took me a couple of tries to complete it.

Knowledge is Power

Very hard book to read since I relate to the cruelty described in this book. However, it gives such keen insight that it allows closure and from that healing. I am very grateful to whomever wrote this book. As harsh a reality that this happens, knowledge is power.

Lots of twists and turns, kept me hooked

I really loved this book. I think all the reviews about how theyre trashing the author is ridiculous. It’s his own story about his experiences and we’re lucky to get to read them and it keeps you on your toes. He’s also admitting to being a twisted person and I think it was a very interesting read. Would recommend to people who want twisted writing without any gore or death.

the ugly truth

its not pretty and its not nice. this book is about a messed up man. its not a story of redemption, but hes showing that in his mind, his debt has been paid. def not for kids

There’s a reason the author is anonymous.

Misogynist searching for sympathy under the guise of telling a tale of poetic justice. This guy does despicable things to women, and he doesn’t shy away from the fact that he’s a bad person. Yet his tale is about how he got his heart broken, and somehow that’s as bad as his terrible behavior. Then he changes nothing about his behavior. Major red flag book.

Brutally honest and beautiful

A honest story of a successful man who tells it how it is about relationships. People are turned off initially by how blunt this man writes but I believe it’s as real as it gets in a world with online dating and the vices humans accumulate over time. I could not put this book down and the other two books are equally enticing and vulgar. A lot of the time reading this series, you are thinking “wow this guy is terrible” but he’s being straight up! It’s commendable. I had an amazing time reading this series and I can’t wait to reread them.

This is a great book! Very deep in the feels.

I highly recommend this book
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