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in the same vein as David Sedaris and Jon Ronson. Very enjoyable storytellingPublished 4 months ago by T. Tamsen
Some bits very good, others like he swallowed a thesaurus and a trivia book. Loved the heartfelt chapter on cancer.Published 4 months ago by bookman
I read it slowly because there won't be any more delightful stories and insights from this masterful writer.Published 13 months ago by Deborah M. Alexander
I was expecting short stories, not essays. It was okay. The author had some personality and a few interesting ideas.Published 14 months ago by S. Lewandowski
David Rakoff's essays were always complex and enjoyable to read. I have given copies of his books as gifts continuously.Published 19 months ago by lpvl