Summary: Kasher in the Rye - The True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict Criminal Mental Patient and Then Turned 16 By Moshe Kasher: Key Takeaways Summary & Analysis
Publisher: Ninja Reads
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"Kasher in the Rye" by Moshe Kasher is a hilarious memoir of the life of rising comedian Moshe Kasher, who survived a tumultuous journey through addiction, psychoanalysis, and a chaotic childhood. From his early drug use at age 12 to stints in mental institutions and a move to Oakland initiated by his unconventional mother, Kasher's life reads like a mix of Augusten Burroughs and David Sedaris, with a strong Jewish twist. Despite the harrowing experiences, the book finds humor in the darkest moments, offering a brutally honest and laugh-out-loud funny perspective on a turbulent life.