by Steve AlmondVaguely amusing waste of time. The type of thing 812 other well-spoken, accident-prone, socially awkward white dudes are cranking out. I'm trying to say something nice about at least one of the chapters, but I'm honestly having a hard time remembering what any of them were about.
I hear positive things about this guy, so I suspect I should have started with either the metal or the candy book, and maybe I will and maybe I won't. Based on what I've read thus far, I'm certainly not going to make a beeline for the nearest bookstore and blubberingly implore the wary retailer for directions to the Funny Nerd section, that I might encumber my humble tote bag with slyly self-effacing Almond manifestos.
All right, I remembered one of the "essays": two guys make lobster pad thai, and Steve Almond eats and enjoys it. I got take-out General Tso's the other night and it wasn't bad. Anybody wanna be my agent?
|Title||(Not that You Asked)|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|File size||7.6 Mb|
|Book rating||4.3 (852 votes)