|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
In my opinion, this book lacked tact and just didn't fit my idea of good humor.
Rosenberg has a very unique way of taking every day situations and feelings (sometimes feelings that are not funny at all) and making them absolutely hilarious.
I felt like bad things were sometimes justified, and I didn't like that feeling.
I could relate to the title of this book, as eating issues, underperforming and family issues are prevalent in my life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kristen E. Bogren
The way he tells it, author Mark Rosenberg was an overweight, underactive, unpopular, unmotivated child of the '90's, growing up with parents with different religious beliefs,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Texaswomyn
The saying goes, you can't judge a book by its cover proves true!
I actually ordered this book because I liked the cover and thought I could use a witty, easy read to... Read more
Totally hilarious and impossible to put down tales that are both funny and obviously heartfelt. I want to read more of this author.Published 5 months ago by tmp
For some reason, Mark Rosenberg's Eating my Feelings: Tales of Overeating, Underperforming, and Coping with My Crazy family is a memoir that reminded me a bit of a Wally Lamb book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by silhouette_of_enchantment
The cover of the book is what drew me in. Who doesn't like a pink ice cream cone with pretty sprinkles?!
At first I could identify with the author some... who can't? Read more
Never mind the f-bomb that many of the reviewers mention, the book is supposed to be funny and instead is a sad little look at an insecure guy who happens to be fat and gay. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Terri J. Rice
I was pleasantly surprised with mark's back-handed book. I honestly thought this book was about eating disorders - i was so wrong!!Published 6 months ago by erin9901
Okay, I feel terrible writing this because it's a memoir. If this was fiction, then I would have no problem telling you that I disliked the main character, but with a memoir, I'm... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennifer Miller