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11:39am on Sunday the 22nd of September
IF YOU WERE DUMB ENOUGH TO BUY IT IN THE FIRST PLACE...
"A Million Little Pieces," the memoir found to be partly fiction, will cost its New York publisher big bucks: $2.35 million for readers wanting reimbursement.

Random House has agreed to reimburse readers who bought James Frey's book before Jan. 26, 2006, around the time he confessed he'd lied about aspects of his chemically enhanced life, including an 87-day stint behind bars, the New York Daily News reported Friday.

A federal judge earlier this week approved the preliminary settlement to resolve several lawsuits filed by those who read Frey's memoir.

The publisher said hardcover readers who return page 163 with their claim could be reimbursed as much as $23.95. Paperback book owners who return the cover and claim could receive as must as $14.95. CD and cassette buyers will also be reimbursed.
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The reason it's considered partly fiction and not complete fiction is because his name really is James Frey. Allegedly.

And now, please read A Million Little Meeces.
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