The Thief's Journal - Jean Genet, Bernard Frechtman, Jean-Paul Sartre
Definitely an interesting insight into the life of a thief, prostitute and beggar in the middle of the 20th century (and, really, most of the events could just as well take place today), but at some point, I started losing any empathy towards the MC (or the author, since this book is supposed to be autobiographical). While some actions are understandable, it's really hard to read about how he treats his friends and the people who love him, deliberately pushing them away. The jumps in timeline are also a bit difficult to keep up with, but they wouldn't have made me stop reading this book. I hope I'll finish this book some day, but I need to take a break at the moment...