Book 66 of 2015 is Dear Mr. You by Mary-Louise Parker.
This is an original and well-written autobiography from an actor I have enjoyed and respected since watching Fried Green Tomatoes. Weeds is still one of my favourite TV shows of all time and she my favourite suburban sociopath.
She writes this as a series of letters to the people who were important in changing her life. Sometimes it is overly wordy and feels like she is trying too hard to write a good book and then she writes a chapter that leaves you crying and telling those around you that you are ok and not to worry.
Even if you don't know Mary-Louise Parker, you should read this. This is my second favourite memoir of 2015 after Not My Father's Son.
4 letters to my dearest loved ones out of 5.
Should I read this? Totally. Absolutely. Yeah, like now.
What did I learn? I need to rewrite my whole book.