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I've been wanting to get this book for awhile and when I finally did, I couldn't put it down!
Perhaps the authors should have done a bit more historical research before they wrote their book--or at least before they outlined their 'emo types'.
If you're fascinated by all things "Emo" - I would have to say this would have to be the book for you.
Thank it felt like a powerpoint presentation of things that perhaps should be funny, but just checking for your reaction. Would not recommend, as funny as emo is.Published on February 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Pretty sure I didn't buy this book, but amazon is never wrong, maybe I bought it as a gift. I can tell you its not the autobiography of REM front man, that book is EVERYBODY HURTS:... Read morePublished on December 12, 2012 by Joseph R
'excellent book' - I wish everybody could read this book....... and I mean everybody !
It is a descriptive book, cuts deep, and opened my mind where it was closed before.
I was entertained at parts but all the "facts" are completely skew. It seemed to be more of a mockery towards what emo actually is. Ultimately, I was disappointed.Published on January 19, 2011
I bought this book for my kids and ended up reading it after they set it down. LMAO! As a parent, I didn't get it before. Now I wish I didn't, but I still laughed. A fun book!Published on September 27, 2009 by Early Bird
Ok so i read this book out of curiousity and found it completely uninformitive this is a book of assumptions and inacurate facts. Read morePublished on March 30, 2009 by Brandon R. Carson
This is my mom's account. I am her fifteen year old daughter who attends public school with a bunch brainless, consumer, unoriginal 'emos' who all tend to look and act like one... Read morePublished on March 7, 2009 by Ana Gutierrez