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Shit Ain't Perfect - A Millennial's Take on Life's Sh*tty Struggles Kindle Edition

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Length: 426 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1208 KB
  • Print Length: 426 pages
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006ZCBYP2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #947,991 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Evan specializes in a fusion of horror and scifi, opting for story-lines that challenge our perception of normal, everyday events and ideas. A lifelong fan of horror and dystopian, Evan continues to dream up the impossible. He is currently at work on his latest full-length novel.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ionia Martin TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 30, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
While I definitely feel comfortable saying that this book is not going to appeal to everyone, it did have some excellent writing and some interesting points. When you read this be prepared for honesty. The author does not hold back his opinion of much of anything, although he does offer warnings for what is about to come. Although this was certainly not my usual fare as far as reading goes, it was entertaining and I am glad I had the chance to read it.

There is quite a lot of humour in this book and there are times when you just can't help but nod your head in agreement with the author. If you are looking for something different to make you stop and think about...well...basically anything and everything under the sun, this will do nicely. I particularly enjoyed the portions of the book where the author described women. :) He seems to have a good personality that conveys well in his writing.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Aldo Ray Fan on July 14, 2013
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This is the type of book that I would describe as being about nothing and (at the same time) about everything! Perhaps best enjoyed in small doses, it covers a lot of territory in a blunt and, at times, very un-P.C. manner that I personally found to be most refreshing. After all, there is something to be said for being frank and open about things, especially when the author dissects the personalities of various "types" of individuals. Even the various races get analyzed in a way that might offend the overly sensitive reader but which brings to light the way many people would describe them if they were to be totally sincere in expressing their feelings and opinions.

In all honesty, how many of us never get annoyed by that obnoxious person who drives erratically, that school bus that insists upon stopping at every other house, or that big-mouth dude (or gal) who thinks (s)he knows everything?

I had a terrific time as I read this and actually found the writer echoing my own thoughts, as I was reminded that, if we can't laugh at ourselves and at our own idiosyncrasies and inner prejudices, then we're basically just "P.C. crybabies" (as the author himself puts it on at least one occasion). In other words, a lot of the writing here is clever and amusing: for example, wondering whether Gatorade is actually beneficial to alligators (silly, I know!)and in another chapter referring to a prominent female politician as a "pseudo-woman." (Or how about categorizing people over the age of 40 as OLD???)

This book may not be to everyone's liking, but we all have different tastes and personalities (as the author repeatedly suggests), so what else would you expect?

(I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By rabidreader on August 12, 2013
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Loved it! Normally I don't read satire, but this book was hilarious, thought-provoking, and boldly truthful all at once. Not to mention some amazing insights about human nature. It's a shame more people have not read this author. He's on to something!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne on September 9, 2013
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I read this because it seemed interesting. Having read it, I'm still not even sure what I read. But maybe that's the beauty of SAP.

It definitely seems like satire, but there are also elements of dark insecurity and sometimes a conspicuous lack of concern for what *most* people would think.
I gave it 5 stars because it's just that different. I dunno. I think it's a book that many people could afford to read, but that few will. I also think the author is one hilarious and crazy person!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AA on December 5, 2013
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This author is certainly intelligent but some of the things were just a little too... blunt for my liking. That said, I did laugh a lot at certain parts, especially about how to deal with spoiled kids and how to seem like the coolest person at a snobby house party. I would recommend this book for anybody who likes to give your brain a good shake and see life in a new light.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By No Labels on March 28, 2014
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This isn't a self-help book, although in many areas it seems the author is trying to school you in the ways of life. The candor is very unorthodox and highly sarcastic in points. If you aren't use to that type of style, this won't be your cup of tea.

This is the type of book that shakes things up a bit. More than a bit--a whole lot!

Even in moments when the author shucks and jives, quite a few of his viewpoints are relevant in the current world:

1. Educated people unable to get entry level jobs (overqualified)--one of my favorite sections of the write
2. Different types of drivers
3. Different types of people
4. The bleak landscape of current high school and college graduates
5. The hype of Hollywood
6. Religion (hypocrisy)

There's so much more but those are the major ones that stuck out.

I floated between moments of shock, thinking "I can't believe he said that" and holding my sides in laughter. This book was unashamed in delivery and candor, causing my brain and my funny bone maximum stimulation.

The conversational type air was refreshing and the dictionary towards the end for some of the funny jargon used was very helpful.

The only drawback is that the author didn't make this a series of sorts, since so many topics were covered in one setting.

For its out the box style and many gems of truthful reflection, this will be a mainstay in my Kindle. I also recommend this for fans of satire and the wildly unconventional.
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