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I love his stuff. I keep thinking about different stories months after I have finished the book.Published 14 days ago by Laura Dalton
Easy read. Laugh out loud funny at times. I would recommend this for light reading. Not as good as Me Talk Pretty Someday.Published 14 days ago by Maria A Holcomb
A good, easy-enough weekend read. Not overly mopey.
- had a few laughs while reading... But enjoyed dress your family in corduroy far more.Published 27 days ago by Abby Teeters
I have to give David a gold star for his view of life. Hee hee! He has a way of finding joy in weirdness- like the baby sitter who turned him into a slave, a dominatingly bossy... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Florence Ditlow
Not sure why I never heard of David Sedaris before, but sure am glad I stumbled across him and this book! Read morePublished 1 month ago by READ ME
I was in a funk and needed a good laugh.David Sedaris's book was just the thing to lift my mood. It's a series of anecdotes held together by the theme of smoking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathleen