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Swerve by Aisha Tyler
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Jul 24, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: pop-culture, essays

I read Swerve beside the pool during Senior Week, because it was the only thing I could really concentrate on after four years of busting my ass at Longwood. Its subtitle is Reckless Observations of a Postmodern Girl; however, within the first chapter it became dreadfully apparent that the author had no clue what the term "postmodern" meant at all, in any sense of the word. This is explained by the fact that the author is actually former E! Talk Soup host Aisha Tyler, who is funny and pretty, but apparently an idiot. There were some funny moments, but I'm pretty sure that between the sun, the beer, and this book, I lost more brain cells that I can afford.

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