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The Roommates [is] a collection of anonymous housemate horror stories that draws a picture of a twenty-first century household and how it's changing impossibly quickly...Raw stories that feel honest and authentic. (The Washington Post)
A fine choice to pack into your college-bound child's backpack--if only to remind them, upon meeting their new randomly selected roommate, that it could probably be worse. (The Boston Globe)
Hilarious…agonizing chronicles of the passive aggressive and the plain incompatibles. (Publishers Weekly)
Stephanie Wu is an editor at Town & Country, covering culture, food, and travel. She is also the founder and editor in chief of MochiMag.com, an online publication for young Asian American women. She was raised in Taipei and now lives in New York with a roommate.
Basically just anecdotes about roommates from lots of different people. Some positive, some negative, some just plain weird.
Not a must read, but interesting to skim. Read more
I had roommates from hell in college so I can totally relate to some of the stories mentioned in this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Lee