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How May We Hate You? by Anna Drezen
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This book has some funny moments but I have to say the bedbug portion left me very disturbed! 0_0

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This book is told by Anna Drezen and Todd Dakotah Briscoe who both worked as Concierge. The things people said to them or asked them was hilarious and crazy!

GUEST: I need a salon appointment. Wash and blow Saturday at 12. (Concierge makes appointment)

CONCIERGE: All right. You are confirmed for a wash and blow at Bon-Bon Salon for Saturday at noon. (Guest rolls her eyes)

CONCIERGE: Is that all right?

GUEST: Well, I'm just very dubious about the quality of a salon that actually has space at 12 on a Saturday. Is there another one you recommend?

CONCIERGE: So you want me to recommend a salon that won't have space at the time you're requesting?

GUEST: Yeah. Let's try that.

Or...

GUEST: What floor is my on?

CONCIERGE: Which floor are you on?

GUEST: 5

CONCIERGE: The 5th floor.

GUEST: Great. Thanks!


These people are crazy :-) There are things like this through-out the book along with lists of tips and random stuff about people, places and things. I think one of my favorite is about a woman named Princess that lives in one of the hotels. She's old and seems like she's off her rocker. But she's funny.

I liked some of the reviews of hotels. I have never read any kind of stuff like that as I don't travel any more anyway, but they were fun to read.

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All in all it's a cute funny little book!

*I would like to thank Blogging for Books for a print copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.*

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June 28, 2016 – Started Reading
June 29, 2016 – Shelved
June 29, 2016 – Shelved as: blogging-for-books
June 29, 2016 – Finished Reading

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