Diary of an Oxygen Thief By Anonymous Ebook Download


About Diary of an Oxygen Thief

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 love. She by ambition. Diary of an Oxygen Thief is an honest, hilarious, and heartrending novel, but above all, a very realistic account of what we do to each other and what we allow to have done to us.

The beginning was pretty interesting but then it just got bland. The same thing over and over again.

this was one of the most honest books i’ve read.

it didn’t hook me at all, the plot is very bland and mundane for me. i really do think this is a great book but not my cup of tea. i read 31% of this book and it just didn’t peak my interest at all. i can’t imagine finishing this book and reading the others, as much as i love the aesthetic. i would just say that this book is very realistic, so it doesn’t have the usual glamour and interest as fiction books because life isn’t as thrilling and glamorous in real life. it’s literal a diary, just some dude talking about his unhappy life. didn’t like it, but hey maybe it’s just not my cup of tea.

I literally finished reading this book in two days. Great read!

Never read it, but’s that’s legitimately the best title I’ve ever heard. I wish I’d thought of it. Good job!

It’s a great book , you won’t put it down I promise



How can i get the physical copy of this book? I SO WANT

Like most of the other comments, I don't read much either. After reading the first page in a bookstore I purchased it and it's sequel. Finished the book in one day as I couldn't put it down. It's cleverly written and has a nice twist. Currently reading the sequel.

I'm more of a mystery/thriller reader. This book was okay. I'm still not very happy with the ending and I don't want to read the sequel. Props to the author for staying sober and dealing with the sad mess.


I'm truly not the type of person that reads book but the few pages were amazing and when i kept reading i couldn't stop. I loved it, i recommend it.

This book is okay. I thought it was going to be so much better from all the hype from it.

I absolutely loved this book. Wish it wasn't anonymous. This is amazing and sad in the ways of how everything happened. Love love love highly recommend this.

Worth the read of every salacious, juicy word. You won't be able to put it down.

The end my god... I have never had such feelings and I hope I never do again because honest to god if a woman made me feel what I felt from reading this book A little piece of me would die along with any sense of confidence.

Although I didn't buy the online copy of the book. I do own the physical copy and OMG it's the best book I've ever read. 10/10 would recommend😍

Larry Stylinson

I don't know what to say, it was just so amazing.

This is super popular around social media right now and is super good. About someone who likes breaking hearts until they experience it themselves

I never ever read books if you want me to be honest but this book is amazing it could be a good book for a lot of people I think

I've read, or partially read, a lot of crap lately and this was a refreshing surprise. If it's not actually a journaling of events to purge psychic demons, then the author is even more brilliant because it certainly reads as though it is.


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