Author: R. Eric Thomas
Summary: This book was a joy to read, managing to be relatable and informative, humorous and heartfelt all at once.
I picked this up expecting a celebrity memoir, because the internet told me it would be hilarious and I would love it. The internet was right and I was wrong. This turned out to feel less like a memoir and more like an essay collection (albeit one impressively organized both thematically and in chronological order). Since that’s a genre I prefer, I was thrilled. It was, as the description promised me, both “hysterical and heartfelt”, although I would say it was both nearly always, not “by turns”. And I did love it. I loved everything about it. Read more »