Jenni's Reviews > The Secret Lives of Men and Women: A PostSecret Book

The Secret Lives of Men and Women by Frank Warren
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Feb 07, 2009

it was ok
bookshelves: experimental-lit, graphic-novel, modern-solid-authors
Read in February, 2009

I'm a fan of the Postsecret website, but apparently the books are not my style. I felt like I had already seen a lot of the secrets in this book, just from following the website and accompanying posts around the internet (on MySpace, etc.). I have heard that when you purchase one of these books at the bookstore, you sometimes run across "extra" secrets from people who have shoved a new one into the book. I rented this from my local library and someone had shoved a piece of paper in saying, "Leave a secret for the next person, keep it going! My secret is a wish that I hope comes true." I was unimpressed. It seems like the juicy secrets are posted on the website and everything in the book is pretty bland or moderate.

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