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Berkeley Mews' appealing, accessible art style belies a cartoon world of dark humor, dry wit, and irreverent reimaginings of popular culture. In Berkeley Mews, bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed! A subversive, hilarious, dark-but-uplifting collection of comics sk Berkeley Mews' appealing, accessible art style belies a cartoon world of dark humor, dry wit, and irreverent reimaginings of popular culture. In Berkeley Mews, bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed! A subversive, hilarious, dark-but-uplifting collection of comics skewering the commercial figures, Disney stories, and pop cultural touchstones that Millennials and Gen X-ers grew up with in the '80s and '90s. Ben Zaehringer's versatile art styles and wicked curveballs are sharp, clever and accessible, prompting many readers to comment that the author is "ruining their childhood" in the most delightful way possible.  


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Berkeley Mews' appealing, accessible art style belies a cartoon world of dark humor, dry wit, and irreverent reimaginings of popular culture. In Berkeley Mews, bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed! A subversive, hilarious, dark-but-uplifting collection of comics sk Berkeley Mews' appealing, accessible art style belies a cartoon world of dark humor, dry wit, and irreverent reimaginings of popular culture. In Berkeley Mews, bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed! A subversive, hilarious, dark-but-uplifting collection of comics skewering the commercial figures, Disney stories, and pop cultural touchstones that Millennials and Gen X-ers grew up with in the '80s and '90s. Ben Zaehringer's versatile art styles and wicked curveballs are sharp, clever and accessible, prompting many readers to comment that the author is "ruining their childhood" in the most delightful way possible.  

30 review for Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood: Berkeley Mews Comics

  1. 4 out of 5

    MischaS_

    ***Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I very much believe that my assessment or impression from this book is clouded/influenced by two things. I enjoy this dark or even cruel humour, some people may find it horrible or even disgusting, and I totally respect that. Furthermore, I was in a bit of a down mood, did not want to go to sleep, I did not enjoy the movie my family was watching, I did not feel like reading, so I went to NetGalley to se ***Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I very much believe that my assessment or impression from this book is clouded/influenced by two things. I enjoy this dark or even cruel humour, some people may find it horrible or even disgusting, and I totally respect that. Furthermore, I was in a bit of a down mood, did not want to go to sleep, I did not enjoy the movie my family was watching, I did not feel like reading, so I went to NetGalley to see if I could find some comics or something similar to this. This caught my attention because the colour was the same as my mood, down and the picture is pretty much me. So, it completely fitted me at the moment. Apparently, this comics is also published online, but I never saw it before. I cannot say that I laughed aloud at any of this, but most of the time I had a bit of a smirk. Sometimes I was a bit missing the point, and when I finally found it, it was usually hilarious. My favourites were the "space" Roomba, ghost bedbugs, snails doing drugs and burying at sea. But as I said, this book is definitely not for everybody.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Andrews McMeel has made a pretty successful business publishing the best gag comics the internet has to offer, giving us the likes of The Oatmeal and Sarah Andersen, along with some of the crummiest like Soppy and Man, I Hate Cursive. Fortunately, Ben Zaehringer’s Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood from berkeleymews.com is among their better titles. The format is mostly the classic three panel strip and, while your mileage may vary given that everyone’s comedic tastes are different, I thought the maj Andrews McMeel has made a pretty successful business publishing the best gag comics the internet has to offer, giving us the likes of The Oatmeal and Sarah Andersen, along with some of the crummiest like Soppy and Man, I Hate Cursive. Fortunately, Ben Zaehringer’s Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood from berkeleymews.com is among their better titles. The format is mostly the classic three panel strip and, while your mileage may vary given that everyone’s comedic tastes are different, I thought the majority of them were genuinely funny and really imaginative. The content largely references childhood movies and shows - anything somewhat nostalgic for adult readers today - but some of the best gags were separate from those subjects. Some of the funniest for me: a clown getting upset that his partner’s laughing while they’re having sex; God ripping out one of Adam’s ribs and drawing a face onto it with a pen; Santa eating weed cookies, forgetting to deliver presents and getting Taco Bell instead. Real life TMNT, Prince Charming looking through an app called Cinder, the waterbed shark, the terrible father (screaming when his kid tells him the floor is lava and making them cry; telling his son he owes him forty bucks after smoking his weed), the Independence Day ship turning out to be a giant alien Roomba. It goes on like this - there are too many bangers for me to list off. As expected, not all the gags were that good. The Superman parodies weren’t that funny, nor was the Sesame Street stuff and I’m pretty sure I’ve seen the mummy sat on the toilet using his bandages for toilet paper elsewhere. But there’s so many great, clever jokes here to make it worth checking out, particularly if you’re in need of a laugh or ten. Fans of Nicholas Gurewitch’s Perry Bible Fellowship will really like this.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Some quick read, humorous web comics, often pop culture related. Zaehringer has a dark sense of humor which I appreciate. Received a review copy from Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    You've probably seen them posted as memes on the social media of your choice. Little snippets of dark humor. So, if you like this sort of funniness with a bite, then here is a whole collection of the same. The problem is, like eating cake, if you have it all at once, the humor starts to be repetitive. How many times can bad things happen to the main character? The book is a collection of mildly amusing cartoons, but I found, that I only really laughed at a few. But, since humor is subjective, if y You've probably seen them posted as memes on the social media of your choice. Little snippets of dark humor. So, if you like this sort of funniness with a bite, then here is a whole collection of the same. The problem is, like eating cake, if you have it all at once, the humor starts to be repetitive. How many times can bad things happen to the main character? The book is a collection of mildly amusing cartoons, but I found, that I only really laughed at a few. But, since humor is subjective, if you already like Berkeley Mews Comics, then this is right up your alley. Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    La Coccinelle

    I don't think I was that familiar with these comics before reading this book. I may have seen one or two here and there online, but never really paid much attention. Collections like this can be hit or miss; sometimes it seems like there's just too much all in one place. But I actually found that the selections here are so diverse that I didn't really get bored or feel like I was seeing too much repetition. Some of these are laugh-out-loud funny. Some will make you think. There are plenty of pop- I don't think I was that familiar with these comics before reading this book. I may have seen one or two here and there online, but never really paid much attention. Collections like this can be hit or miss; sometimes it seems like there's just too much all in one place. But I actually found that the selections here are so diverse that I didn't really get bored or feel like I was seeing too much repetition. Some of these are laugh-out-loud funny. Some will make you think. There are plenty of pop-culture references for Generation X-ers and Millennials (and Xennials) that'll have you taking a few trips down memory lane. Some of the comics are a little disturbing, but the drawing style is usually so simple that even when things get gory, they're not too difficult to look at. Overall, I quite enjoyed these. The book is a quick read (you could easily finish in one sitting, if you wanted) but it's packed full of amusing stuff. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing a digital ARC.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Valéria.

    I've already seen most of them, but they still made me smile, some of them laugh even. I've already seen most of them, but they still made me smile, some of them laugh even.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Morris

    I enjoyed most of the comics in this collection. If you don't have a dark sense of humor it may be better to give this one a pass, but if you do, then definitely give it a try. This unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher. I enjoyed most of the comics in this collection. If you don't have a dark sense of humor it may be better to give this one a pass, but if you do, then definitely give it a try. This unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher.

  8. 5 out of 5

    destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    Sadly, this didn't do a lot for me! I usually really like these little comic bind-ups, but I wasn't overly familiar with Berkeley Mews Comics, so I knew it would either be really fun and new... or a whomp. It was the latter, unfortunately. I don't think it was so much that there's anything "wrong" with the humor here, I just felt like it wasn't trying very hard to be legitimately funny? And I saw these comics being hyped as pretty dark humor, which I tend to be a fan of, but I didn't think this Sadly, this didn't do a lot for me! I usually really like these little comic bind-ups, but I wasn't overly familiar with Berkeley Mews Comics, so I knew it would either be really fun and new... or a whomp. It was the latter, unfortunately. I don't think it was so much that there's anything "wrong" with the humor here, I just felt like it wasn't trying very hard to be legitimately funny? And I saw these comics being hyped as pretty dark humor, which I tend to be a fan of, but I didn't think this was dark at all. Maybe it's one of those "it's me, not you" moments. Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kelly_Hunsaker_reads ...

    I wanted to love this one and to be charmed and entertained but I struggled with this book and I couldn't figure out who the audience is. My complaints are: 1. Each page is a new story, but some of them fall flat and would be so much better if they were extended to a few pages in length. 2. None of the stories flow from one to the next and it lacks a theme. What I liked: The art is simple in appearance and I liked it for that reason. I want to thank Netgalley, Ben Zaehringer and Berkeley Mews Com I wanted to love this one and to be charmed and entertained but I struggled with this book and I couldn't figure out who the audience is. My complaints are: 1. Each page is a new story, but some of them fall flat and would be so much better if they were extended to a few pages in length. 2. None of the stories flow from one to the next and it lacks a theme. What I liked: The art is simple in appearance and I liked it for that reason. I want to thank Netgalley, Ben Zaehringer and Berkeley Mews Comics for the opportunity to review this ARC.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Reading_ Tamishly

    *not what I expected* I wanted to enjoy this comic so much but it came out somewhat underwhelming and lacking in humour. Maybe my expectations were too high when I picked it up. I wanted to relate to the comic but somehow it came out to be a bit over the top sometimes and sometimes trying too hard to make things funny. I am and always will be a fan of dark humour. With the hope that I find another book by the author really enjoyable, I am looking forward to more books by the author. Thanks #NetGall *not what I expected* I wanted to enjoy this comic so much but it came out somewhat underwhelming and lacking in humour. Maybe my expectations were too high when I picked it up. I wanted to relate to the comic but somehow it came out to be a bit over the top sometimes and sometimes trying too hard to make things funny. I am and always will be a fan of dark humour. With the hope that I find another book by the author really enjoyable, I am looking forward to more books by the author. Thanks #NetGalley for providing me this book #SorryIRuinedYourChildhood

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zainab

    I enjoyed this a LOT.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    This collection is definitely worth a look, as there are some big laughs sprinkled throughout. It petered out for me toward the end, perhaps because I read the whole book in one shot. Or perhaps because the cartoonist goes back to the standard cartoon tropes pretty regularly, like Noah's Ark, St. Peter at Heaven's pearly gates, Superman, fairy tales, Disney movies, Sesame Street, etc. Those bits are funny, but I think the best strips in the book are the ones without all the pop culture reference This collection is definitely worth a look, as there are some big laughs sprinkled throughout. It petered out for me toward the end, perhaps because I read the whole book in one shot. Or perhaps because the cartoonist goes back to the standard cartoon tropes pretty regularly, like Noah's Ark, St. Peter at Heaven's pearly gates, Superman, fairy tales, Disney movies, Sesame Street, etc. Those bits are funny, but I think the best strips in the book are the ones without all the pop culture references.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kalyn✨

    Short book filled with cute, witty comics. I didn't like all of them, but most of them were pretty dang adorable and/or funny! Short book filled with cute, witty comics. I didn't like all of them, but most of them were pretty dang adorable and/or funny!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Really dumb but a silly read. Loved some of it. Others not so much.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. When I spotted this book on here I was interested, but it wasn’t until I went on Twitter to find the artist that I saw this comic collection would be perfect for me. I read a few comics on twitter, laughed aloud, showed them to my hubbie who also laughed aloud. And then I requested the book on here. And then two days ago I started reading this collection and OH BOY, I had so much fun reading it. The comics in there are exactly my I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. When I spotted this book on here I was interested, but it wasn’t until I went on Twitter to find the artist that I saw this comic collection would be perfect for me. I read a few comics on twitter, laughed aloud, showed them to my hubbie who also laughed aloud. And then I requested the book on here. And then two days ago I started reading this collection and OH BOY, I had so much fun reading it. The comics in there are exactly my (and also my husbands) humour. Silly, over the top, at times tiptoeing the edge of what is correct and incorrect (if that makes sense). Eventually I started whatsapping my hubbie to send him comics as I wanted to share them with him and couldn’t wait until we were both home again. We both had a lot of laughs while reading it, while I didn’t hear him laugh of course, he did send me plenty of emojis. There is a wide variety of topics, there are comics featuring God, but also pop culture, Snow White pops by as well, Medusa (poor poor Medusa), people get stranded on islands, Mario is here, and so much more. The style of the art fits perfectly with the comics. All in all, highly recommended if you are looking for something silly and fun! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  16. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    This was an interesting little collection! I know that a lot, if not all, of the little comics featured in this book originally started as web comics. I can totally imagine these popping up on my Twitter or Instagram feeds, and a few of them made me really laugh. Some of them, however, fell a little flat, and because there is no continuous storyline and they're all so short, it felt kind of like an abrupt joke book. The theme of "ruining your childhood" wasn't super consistent throughout it, and This was an interesting little collection! I know that a lot, if not all, of the little comics featured in this book originally started as web comics. I can totally imagine these popping up on my Twitter or Instagram feeds, and a few of them made me really laugh. Some of them, however, fell a little flat, and because there is no continuous storyline and they're all so short, it felt kind of like an abrupt joke book. The theme of "ruining your childhood" wasn't super consistent throughout it, and while it was a quick enough read and brought enough smiles that I wasn't mad I had picked it up, I also don't think I would at all consider this a must-read. However, if you're interested, maybe check out the author's socials or, if you're already a fan, pick up this bind-up of his work.

  17. 4 out of 5

    HollyLovesBooks

    These were a mixture of some laugh out loud funny and other's charming and sweet and still other's that were not either. That may have been a generational thing more than the actual comic value of each though. I could definitely see that many were "to be appreciated" by the younger generations who use all versions of social media fluidly. Overall, this was a pleasure to go through. My son sends me a daily (and random) clip of either football in the south or a clip of a comic strip that is a good These were a mixture of some laugh out loud funny and other's charming and sweet and still other's that were not either. That may have been a generational thing more than the actual comic value of each though. I could definitely see that many were "to be appreciated" by the younger generations who use all versions of social media fluidly. Overall, this was a pleasure to go through. My son sends me a daily (and random) clip of either football in the south or a clip of a comic strip that is a good laugh between us. This reminded me of that, which definitely makes me smile. Thank you for that! #SorryIRuinedYourChildhood #NetGalley #AndrewsMcNeelPublishing

  18. 4 out of 5

    Monte Brogdon

    I got this book from NetGalley and it seemed promising based on the title. It disappointed. The comics were fine but I was confused as to the purpose of the book itself. Maybe if they were funnier, it would be better, but they weren't that funny. I got this book from NetGalley and it seemed promising based on the title. It disappointed. The comics were fine but I was confused as to the purpose of the book itself. Maybe if they were funnier, it would be better, but they weren't that funny.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    Another web comic book. Very quick read as always. I have to admit some of them make me laugh, not much but some, most make me smile. Nothing extraordinary but above the majority of this genre!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dency

    Some of the comics really cracked me up. 😅

  21. 5 out of 5

    Didi

    A collection of webcomics, some I’ve seen before on Instagram. Short and fast read to perk you up when you need cheering up. #SorryIRuinedYourChildhood #Netgalley

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Brown

    I'm not sure why anyone would want to read this type of dark humor book. I maybe laughed at 2 of the mini strips. What a waste of time!! I'm not sure why anyone would want to read this type of dark humor book. I maybe laughed at 2 of the mini strips. What a waste of time!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I received a copy of Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood is a collection of comic strips from the one and only Ben Zaehringer. His humor is slightly dark but exceedingly witty and dry. And that is why I love his comics so much. To be clear; this isn’t a comic collection full of bright and bubbly artwork and light-hearted jokes. Ben Zaehringer isn’t afraid to get dark – the title of this series should probably gi I received a copy of Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood is a collection of comic strips from the one and only Ben Zaehringer. His humor is slightly dark but exceedingly witty and dry. And that is why I love his comics so much. To be clear; this isn’t a comic collection full of bright and bubbly artwork and light-hearted jokes. Ben Zaehringer isn’t afraid to get dark – the title of this series should probably give that away. But for those that lean towards the cynical side, or who enjoy a dry sense of humor, this collection is perfect for you. This collection was a chuckle-worthy read, through and through. Here so many elements from our childhoods have been pulled into comic format, and slightly altered. So as to ‘ruin our childhood.’ The humor is sometimes a little bit warped, but in the way, you might expect from this collection (again, look at the title!). This was a fun and memorable read for me. And it was one I highly enjoyed. I’m going to have to remember to keep an eye out for more of Ben Zaehringer’s works, because he gets me. For more reviews check out Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elly (imaginemorebooks)

    *** I received an ARC of this comic from Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. However, this does not influence my opinions in any way.*** Publication Date: October 1, 2019 4.5/5 Stars If you are the kind of person who gets lost on the internet looking at memes, this is the comic for you. This is a collection of short dark humor memes touching on topics of life and childhood nostalgia. Personally, I loved this comic. I zoomed though it and each page got better tha *** I received an ARC of this comic from Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. However, this does not influence my opinions in any way.*** Publication Date: October 1, 2019 4.5/5 Stars If you are the kind of person who gets lost on the internet looking at memes, this is the comic for you. This is a collection of short dark humor memes touching on topics of life and childhood nostalgia. Personally, I loved this comic. I zoomed though it and each page got better than the last. They were all quick witted jokes that take normal circumstances or stories and flips them on their head in such an interesting manner that makes you never want I look away. The art and text is simple and to the point, yet appealing to look at. I’m in awe of how little went into some of the designs that hit the biggest punchlines. Needless to say, I really enjoyed this collection. Immediately after finishing I followed the author on social media in hopes of finding more hilarious content. If you like witty jokes and animations that are beyond relatable I highly recommend giving this book a read and sharing your favorite pages with a friend!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    The title of this collection of comics, Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood, is apt. Ben Zaehringer's Berkeley Mews, which can be found on Instagram and at GoComics.com, is a spare panel-style web comic that skewers pop culture icons and tropes. Subjects range from the Smurfs to sci-fi to classic literature. There are no story arcs or recurring characters. Zaehringer draws average people in a very simplistic, almost stick figure form, with skin in odd colors. However, characters such as the Sesame Str The title of this collection of comics, Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood, is apt. Ben Zaehringer's Berkeley Mews, which can be found on Instagram and at GoComics.com, is a spare panel-style web comic that skewers pop culture icons and tropes. Subjects range from the Smurfs to sci-fi to classic literature. There are no story arcs or recurring characters. Zaehringer draws average people in a very simplistic, almost stick figure form, with skin in odd colors. However, characters such as the Sesame Street Muppets are rendered lovingly and perfectly before some tragic fate befalls them. If you were the kind of kid who loved singing "I hate you, you hate me, let's all go kill Bar-ar-ney!" on the playground, Berkeley Mews and Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood are for you. There's not hing deep. However, the strips are sarcastic and genuinely hilarious. The book is a nice little diversion for those who like their humor dark. Like most comics collections, this book is best enjoyed in snackable increments, a few comics at a time. Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ayra

    Thanks Netgalley for a free copy of this book! It's a pretty fun coffee table book that house guests will have a good laugh. There were various art styles throughout the whole book, which I surprisingly don't mind. I related to some of them and had a good chuckle. For some, I was wildly surprise because I haven't considered it as a child, but as a young adult now, it does makes sense. There were a few which I didn't get the reference, if any, but were still quite funny enough. Some, I have no ide Thanks Netgalley for a free copy of this book! It's a pretty fun coffee table book that house guests will have a good laugh. There were various art styles throughout the whole book, which I surprisingly don't mind. I related to some of them and had a good chuckle. For some, I was wildly surprise because I haven't considered it as a child, but as a young adult now, it does makes sense. There were a few which I didn't get the reference, if any, but were still quite funny enough. Some, I have no idea what it was trying to say. It's fine, though, because it does cater a lot of the ages in the millennial age range. I'd recommend it if you want a good chuckle, and a conversation starter.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I mean there isn’t anything overly intelligent I can say in regards to this book. It is a book of ridiculous, sometimes dark comics. If that’s your thing this book is for you. Luckily it’s my kind of thing. I received a free review copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest unedited feedback. #read #reader #book #bookstagram #readersofinstagram #bookreview #greatreads #alwaysreading #reading #ilovebooks #currentreads #bookaddict #booknerd #bookish #bibliophile #goodreads #readerlife #book I mean there isn’t anything overly intelligent I can say in regards to this book. It is a book of ridiculous, sometimes dark comics. If that’s your thing this book is for you. Luckily it’s my kind of thing. I received a free review copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest unedited feedback. #read #reader #book #bookstagram #readersofinstagram #bookreview #greatreads #alwaysreading #reading #ilovebooks #currentreads #bookaddict #booknerd #bookish #bibliophile #goodreads #readerlife #booklife #readandreview

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ollie

    This collection of comics is pretty great if you love dark humour. I found almost every page funny and I chuckled to a lot of the comics. The art style is pretty simple, but I liked it, and one can't really expect any breathtaking artwork from a gag comic. To keep it short - this short book is pretty funny and would make a great gift for somebody with wry/dark humour and common knowledge of pop culture. An arc was kindly provided to me by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest This collection of comics is pretty great if you love dark humour. I found almost every page funny and I chuckled to a lot of the comics. The art style is pretty simple, but I liked it, and one can't really expect any breathtaking artwork from a gag comic. To keep it short - this short book is pretty funny and would make a great gift for somebody with wry/dark humour and common knowledge of pop culture. An arc was kindly provided to me by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mark Martinico

    A delightful, cynical, laugh-out-loud collection of 3-panel comic strips, that balances an even mix of wickedly dark humor, with genuinely touching moments. The illustrations are endlessly charming and endearing - especially when paired with a dark scenario - and go a long way toward making this book just as enjoyable on the second or third reading. Not every page made me physically laugh, but most did. And they all made me smile. I received a free advanced copy of this book from Netgalley, in ex A delightful, cynical, laugh-out-loud collection of 3-panel comic strips, that balances an even mix of wickedly dark humor, with genuinely touching moments. The illustrations are endlessly charming and endearing - especially when paired with a dark scenario - and go a long way toward making this book just as enjoyable on the second or third reading. Not every page made me physically laugh, but most did. And they all made me smile. I received a free advanced copy of this book from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Casey Cassidy

    Disclaimer: I received this through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was so cute, and so funny. There were some unique things in here that did actually make me laugh, which I wasn't expecting. (Well my version of "laughing" at books which tends to involve either breathing out fast through my nose or snorting slightly). I'd definitely recommend people picking this up to check out - it's fun, quick, surprisingly light. content warnings: death, anxiety religion (so many bible jokes, Disclaimer: I received this through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was so cute, and so funny. There were some unique things in here that did actually make me laugh, which I wasn't expecting. (Well my version of "laughing" at books which tends to involve either breathing out fast through my nose or snorting slightly). I'd definitely recommend people picking this up to check out - it's fun, quick, surprisingly light. content warnings: death, anxiety religion (so many bible jokes, they were amazing), sad robots, medusa jokes

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