Hyperbole and a half book review
Review of Allie Brosh’s Hyperbole And A HalfHere it is. After all this time. The book around sixty thousand of us internet creeps have been waiting for. Every line a gunshot of hilarity, every illustration impossibly succinct in their Microsoft Paint cubism. When Brosh announced she had received a book deal, in , she pointed out on her blog that it would take a while for the as-yet-unwritten text to make it to the shelves. About as long, actually, as the shelf life of a can of peaches. And the time it would take you to listen to the complete discography of Prince, seven hundred and sixteen times in a row.
Hyperbole and a Half - Book Review
Hyperbole and a Half: how one of the internet’s funniest writers finally made it to print
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By Catherine Gee. You know those moments when an article, a picture or a blog post appears on the internet that makes you laugh so hard your belly hurts and tears stream down your face? You may not even know where it came from, or who made it. Well, if you've ever laughed at a picture like the one above, as hundreds of thousands maybe millions have done, year-old Allie Brosh is the woman who made it happen. Brosh began her award-winning blog, Hyperbole and a Half , in when she was putting off studying for a physics final at the University of Montana. Since then it has had nearly million page loads, her Facebook page has , likes and now she has had her first book published. At first glance it looks like a website aimed at children, but the warm-yet-sharp tone of her writing and her crude Paintbrush drawings are somehow pitch perfect.
Hyperbole and a Half book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is a book I wrote. Because I wrote it, I had to figur.
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I actively avoided reading anything Brosh wrote until recently. She was smart, funny and familiar with depression. I was a little too excited when a copy of the book Hyperbole and a Half was traded in at Bookmans. The bright yellow cover with a crude cartoon of Allie and a dog would have invited me to read it even if I had no prior knowledge of her and her writing. I planned to read a chapter or so once I got home, then put it back on my shelf for later.
This is a book I wrote. Because I wrote it, I had to figure out what to put on the back cover to explain what it is. So I decided to just make a list of things that are in the book:. I read it almost immediately, but between having ALL sorts of feelings about it and the move, I never put up a review. But I digress. Presenting my long overdue Hyperbole and a Half review! Hyperbole and a Half is hilarious and immensely relatable.