I've tried, believe me I've tried, but this is samey and slackerish, like that depressive American poet with the short Chinese name that's like the other one with the short Chinese... Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by Simon Barrett
Most of the other reviews said what needed to be saided. Just wanted to add some stars for an exceptional and unlikely book. Read morePublished on September 14, 2011 by Monkey Bingo
Just wanted to bump the number up, this was the best book I've read in years. Perfect gift for anyone with a perverse sense of humour.Published on February 15, 2011 by N0011
I gave this gift to a friend who has everything, and she can't live without it!
Funny, profound, profane, and irreverent, Letters to Wendy's is an inspiring work of... Read more
The book is a diary of each visit Joe Wenderoth has at his local Wendy's. There is a lot of shock value in the book. Read morePublished on March 12, 2008 by Mark R. Lais
This is such an off-the-wall book. It either had me laughing out loud, confused, or just plain speechless. Entertaining, but short, with no re-read value.Published on November 12, 2007 by C. Danca
If you don't like slightly obscure, definately off color, nuianced, weird humor...this isn't for you.
But, I do! I love this book. Read more
I was a little put off by the book at first, but after rereading it, I think I like it a lot better.Published on April 29, 2004 by Celestejz
I was one of Wenderoth's students about two years ago. The content of his class did not leave much to speak for and I have the same opinion of his book, Letters to Wendy's. Read morePublished on January 29, 2004