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Average rating: 4.69 · 32 ratings · 10 reviews · 9 distinct works
The Plug Anthology: Volume 1

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The Plug Anthology: Volume 2

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All My Life for Sale by John D. Freyer
All My Life for Sale
by John D. Freyer
recommended for: People who shoot first and ask questions later
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This book is a well-executed experiment. John Freyer sold everything he owned on eBay, from the salt shaker in his cupboard to the shirt off his back. On one level, it's interesting to see how much a person's life is worth, sort of like a living esta ...more
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Civil War Land in Bad Decline by George Saunders
Civil War Land in Bad Decline
by George Saunders
recommended for: People who like to spin and/or unravel a good yarn
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I just remembered that I read this book. Not that it's forgettable, exactly. But let's just say a little bit of Saunders goes a very long way. The title story Civil War Land in Bad Decline is hands-down the best of the bunch. Saunders' storytelling i ...more
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Meet Mr. Product by Warren Dotz
Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character
by Warren Dotz
recommended for: People who make crafts with googly eyes
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You don't read this book as much as you get this book. It compiles mountains of company mascots and spokes-characters since the beginning of print advertising. The evolution of personification is an interesting one in my opinion, but I can certainly see ...more
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Cry Yourself to Sleep by Jeremy Tinder
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America (The Book) by Jon   Stewart
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Naked by David Sedaris
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Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris
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I Like You by Amy Sedaris
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I liked I Like You, but I felt the joke got a little old. Not that there's a joke, exactly. I guess when it comes to low-budget entertaining, a little goes a long way for me.
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Choke by Chuck Palahniuk
Choke
by Chuck Palahniuk (Goodreads Author)
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I had high expectations for Choke, and rightly so. However, I felt the main characters were retreads of characters from other Palahniuk books. I will say that the book got better as it went on. Maybe I have an appetite for unusual circumstances, but ...more
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Carnet de Voyage by Craig Thompson
Carnet de Voyage
by Craig Thompson
recommended for: People who travel vicariously through other
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Carnet De Voyage is a sketch/travel journal maintained by Craig Thompson during one of his press junkets to Africa and Europe. It's a well-documented read that really makes you feel as though you're with him. The most satisfying pages are the candid ...more
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