Crash Override Review: Zoe Quinn Sinks Herself with “Crash: Override”

Crash Override Review

[Disclosure: This is a book review by Austin Ogonoski]

The most ironic part about Zoe Quinn’s memoir is that it doesn’t need a third party to debunk every last one of her claims. With hyperbolic tangents abruptly derailing even the most sound of her monologues on the state of the internet as we know it today, and seemingly innocent anecdotal comments that instead build a compelling narrative against her character, Crash: Override – Zoe Quinn’s magnum opus – is an odyssey of mental illness. Continue reading “Crash Override Review: Zoe Quinn Sinks Herself with “Crash: Override””