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Not his best work in my opinion, but still good for some laughs. The last chapter about quitting smoking also drags on for quite a long time.Published 16 days ago by E. Johnson
a more jaded and life worn Sedaris, but still had some good laughs!Published 19 days ago by Squ1rrel 05
My review isn't really fair; I love reading Sedaris. This is a great collection of short stories/essays in which he fully captures himself.Published 1 month ago by Karl F. Jensen
My favorite author, hands down. If you don't know David Sedaris, search for him on YouTube and find him doing a read of one of his short stories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jessica krbez
David Sedaris is a genius. I fell in love with his writing after reading "Me Talk Pretty One Day" and I laughed out loud through the entire book, this oneis no different. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ashley Dreyer