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All My Friends Are Dead Hardcover – June 30, 2010
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"Laugh out loud funny, and a tiny bit disturbing. In other words, perfect." - The Huffington Post
"Hilariously morbid." - Laughing Squid
"Finds humor in mortality." - Paste Magazine
About the Author
Avery Monsen is an actor, artist, and writer.
Jory John is a writer, editor, and journalist. They are friends, and neither is dead. Yet.
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When you think about it, it is a wonder anyone is alive. Are your friends all dead or turned into something else? Please report back, we need to know.
Recommended. prisrob 07-24-17
I would've preferred if some jokes hadn't taken multiple pages - just seemed like a way to fill more pages and didn't add anything to the jokes they were part of.
Other than that, for the price, still a good deal. My son and I both get a kick out of it.
with good pics, pictures are simple and look clearly with vivid lines to show simple and meaningful stories.
*** Of course, the caveat being that you should not give/show this book to someone who is actually grieving the death of a loved one, especially if recent. Of course, you'd only do that if you were lacking in empathy or had a very low emotional quotient.