Hyperbole and a Half {Book Review}

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Published Date: October 29, 2013
Publisher: Touchstone
Author: Allie Brosh
Pages: 371
Genres: Humor, Memoir, Graphic Novel

You can view the summary for Hyperbole and a Half here.

Oh, Allie. You broke my heart whilst making me cry with laughter. My hat is off to you, lady.

This is going to be a short review as I only have a few things to say. The first being, read this book. The second being, it only takes a day or two. The third being, prepare to laugh. A lot. Allie Brosh, along with her crude art and humor, has created one of the funniest memoirs I’ve ever read in the history of ever. It’s brutally honest and she makes no excuses for her behavior. And while you’re laughing, you won’t miss the serious issues she touches on {suicide, depression, crazy dogs}. I found myself grateful that someone else has a twisted sense of humor and her confessions made me feel less like a weirdo. Also, funny pictures.

Y’all, read this book. Oh wait…I’ve said that already, huh? Oh well, I’ll say it again. READ THIS. You’re welcome.

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