Insomniac City, by Bill Hayes

Insomniac City – New York, Oliver Sacks, and Me, by Bill Hayes (Format: Kindle Edition,
file Size: 10226.0 KB, print Length: 298 pages,
publisher: Bloomsbury USA; 1 edition, Feb. 14 2017)

Insomniac City made me cry – but in a nice way. I am an incurable romantic and Hayes’s revealing memoir really tugged at my heart-strings despite my best efforts to give his book a clinical analysis. I am the kind of person who likes old-fashioned love stories like City Lights, the black-and-white, silent 1931 film starring Charlie Chaplin as the little Tramp, and Virginia Cherrill as the blind flower seller with whom he falls in love. (Keep reading…)

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