"This compilation of hilarious personal ads placed in the London Review of Books celebrates the odd, the quirky, and the painfully honest in their search for love." -- Boston Herald
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This little gem of a book is a collection of personal ads posted in England.
Each ad is like a "Human-Haiku". Read more
Quite the 'LiL Coffee Table Book :-)) so many wild places your imagination will travelPublished 5 months ago by Recyclerob
Given as gift and person had some difficulty sorting out the British terminology. She is enjoying the read!Published 12 months ago by ekl
Sometimes hilariously funny, sometimes touching in its humanity, this is an amazing little book. The London Review is probably not well known in the US but the literate,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Omnireader
As only the Brits can manage, this is a compendium of self-denigration worded so cleverly you can hardly bear to set it down to shower.
I literally wept from laughing. Read more
You want to laugh? Buy this book. Not every small blast of humor will hit your funny bone, but many will. Guaranteed.Published on May 5, 2013 by Lloyd Porter
Thoroughly enjoy this compendium of personal ads from LRB. Makes for a great book to keep in the bathroom--guests comment on it frequently! Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by joh9060
You have just got to love the British sense of humor. Dry, droll, self-deprecatingly hilarious. And hats off to the person who thought of this book. Read morePublished on March 27, 2012 by Dash Manchette