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Hilarious, thought provoking book- if you have just discovered David Ellis Dickerson, you are in for a treat. I suggest you order every one of his books...now!Published 5 months ago by theresa fischer
I read this book for a book club I belong to. Kind of boring.Published 15 months ago by Mom and Therapist for Autistic children and their families
Author Dickerson tells a fine ridiculously-late-coming-of-age story. The inside story of Hallmark (Anycompany, USA) is laugh out loud funny. Highly recommend.Published 21 months ago by LKAgno
Dave Dickerson is a master of the english language - his story of his story is entertaining. I should probably say that I knew who he was when I bought the book. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Keri L. Lappas
I know the author and sent him the following note, which I'll also share here in adapted form.
"This is a straight-up Bildungsroman of an early career, and of a... Read more
I was reading over some of the one star reviews and I can't say I agree. I was not looking for nonfiction about the greeting card business. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Destiny T.
I recently worked with David for a brief stint writing on a game show. I decided to go ahead and read his book after incessantly hearing about it from him. Read morePublished on September 20, 2012 by Swill
It looks as though I am going to join the recent chorus panning this second-rate story. The cliché title should have told me to give this a wide berth. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by LizisKing
An altogether unoriginal and dreadfully executed work.It was a total bore. Not worth wasting the time to read.I do not recommend this book to anyone. It just isn't that funny. Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by Katerates