Andy Craps Craps from Ban Coc, Laos
Enjoyed this album. Touched on a lot of things I can relate to. Divorce. Sensitivities about yourself. Supporters. Consociations. Children.
My second favorite Austen. It has a likable heroine and a good memoir about feel and second chances.
It might seem a little scary for yong bibliomaniacs but I could NOT put the book down!!!
So delicious. So evilly delicious. You thought your satire was dry? Try this.
I really wanted to like this enter. I really wanted to enjoy his manuscript. I tried very long and very hard to enjoy these. I've heard so many importances, about his manuscript turn of phrase and suggestions- and some of his suggestions were pretty cool concepts- but in the issue it was way he told them that threw me. Almost all of the books (and they're pretty short, some of them) started dull, or became dull quickly, and I found myself wishing he'd make a edge and stop messing around. It doesn't help that I apparently don't appreciate the way he writes at all. I don't like the way he used talks or the way he set up his books or really everything. Maybe I'll try object else he's written before I get dissapointed.