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The newest Sarah's Scribbles collection from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Andersen The fourth book in the enormously popular graphic novel series, the latest collection of Sarah's Scribbles comics explores the evils of procrastination, the trials of the creative process, the cuteness of kittens, and the beauty of not caring about your appearance as much as you di The newest Sarah's Scribbles collection from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Andersen The fourth book in the enormously popular graphic novel series, the latest collection of Sarah's Scribbles comics explores the evils of procrastination, the trials of the creative process, the cuteness of kittens, and the beauty of not caring about your appearance as much as you did when you were younger. When it comes to humorous illustrations of the awkwardness and hilarity of millennial life, Sarah's Scribbles is without peer.


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The newest Sarah's Scribbles collection from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Andersen The fourth book in the enormously popular graphic novel series, the latest collection of Sarah's Scribbles comics explores the evils of procrastination, the trials of the creative process, the cuteness of kittens, and the beauty of not caring about your appearance as much as you di The newest Sarah's Scribbles collection from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Andersen The fourth book in the enormously popular graphic novel series, the latest collection of Sarah's Scribbles comics explores the evils of procrastination, the trials of the creative process, the cuteness of kittens, and the beauty of not caring about your appearance as much as you did when you were younger. When it comes to humorous illustrations of the awkwardness and hilarity of millennial life, Sarah's Scribbles is without peer.

30 review for Oddball

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emily May

    Another silly, funny and all too on point book by Sarah Andersen. The ones I relate to are the funniest - namely, the ones about being introverted and loving cats - but those make up 90% of the book so I'm all good. If you have that specific kind of weird shy personality that makes you "get" Andersen's work, this is another gem. Another silly, funny and all too on point book by Sarah Andersen. The ones I relate to are the funniest - namely, the ones about being introverted and loving cats - but those make up 90% of the book so I'm all good. If you have that specific kind of weird shy personality that makes you "get" Andersen's work, this is another gem.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reading_ Tamishly

    *13th August 2021* Mind screams "Whatt? That's it?!* when the scribbles got over at page 105. I mean it's 114 pages in total. I forgot the covers and the rest. Time to cry in reader problems. It's just too relatable. I just can't. Thank you, my human in another part of the Earth and the publisher, for the advance reader copy. I have never felt this blessed in 2021 with recieving a book to read and review. *12th August 2021* Gets the ARC AND FORGOT TO PUT OFF THE CAPS LOCK. *27th July 2020* I need this A *13th August 2021* Mind screams "Whatt? That's it?!* when the scribbles got over at page 105. I mean it's 114 pages in total. I forgot the covers and the rest. Time to cry in reader problems. It's just too relatable. I just can't. Thank you, my human in another part of the Earth and the publisher, for the advance reader copy. I have never felt this blessed in 2021 with recieving a book to read and review. *12th August 2021* Gets the ARC AND FORGOT TO PUT OFF THE CAPS LOCK. *27th July 2020* I need this ASAP!!!!! ARE YOU READING GODS LISTENING?! I KNOW THE CAPTIONS ON WON'T DO ANYTHING BUT I AM LITERALLY LITERAL HERE.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amalia Gkavea

    The eagerly anticipated (don't tell me I'm wrong, I won't believe you...) fourth instalment of Sarah's Scribbles is here! A series of sketches that comment on anxiety, friendship, the impact of social media on the newest generation, the joy of being ''different'' and staying true to yourself, the influence of Art, the constant doubt and insecurity, the joy of finding a kindred spirit that understands you. And cats. Black cats, white cats, all the cats! I found Oddball a teensy-weensy disjointed wh The eagerly anticipated (don't tell me I'm wrong, I won't believe you...) fourth instalment of Sarah's Scribbles is here! A series of sketches that comment on anxiety, friendship, the impact of social media on the newest generation, the joy of being ''different'' and staying true to yourself, the influence of Art, the constant doubt and insecurity, the joy of finding a kindred spirit that understands you. And cats. Black cats, white cats, all the cats! I found Oddball a teensy-weensy disjointed when compared to its predecessors but no less poignant and entertaining. Many thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    It's official. I'm old. I have aged out of Sarah's Scribbles. Previous volumes had more to relate to in general terms regardless of your age, while this volume is unabashedly millennial-esque. I don't understand most of the millennial vs Gen Z references, and frankly I don't care to. Even the comics covering other topics most often missed the mark for me. I prefer humor that appeals to a broad audience and this offbeat style of humor just isn't amusing or appealing to me anymore. It's official. I'm old. I have aged out of Sarah's Scribbles. Previous volumes had more to relate to in general terms regardless of your age, while this volume is unabashedly millennial-esque. I don't understand most of the millennial vs Gen Z references, and frankly I don't care to. Even the comics covering other topics most often missed the mark for me. I prefer humor that appeals to a broad audience and this offbeat style of humor just isn't amusing or appealing to me anymore.

  5. 5 out of 5

    RoshReviews

    I love Sarah Anderson’s work. She is one of my favourite contemporary artists. Most of what she draws, I feel like she draws for me. Her love for cats and dogs, her passions for books, her introverted nature, her overthinking,… so many of her comic themes resonate with me. Even when a theme has no direct connection in my life – she sketches a lot about authors, for instance, and I have no wish to be one, I still find them relatable and hilarious. I guess you can already predict where I am going I love Sarah Anderson’s work. She is one of my favourite contemporary artists. Most of what she draws, I feel like she draws for me. Her love for cats and dogs, her passions for books, her introverted nature, her overthinking,… so many of her comic themes resonate with me. Even when a theme has no direct connection in my life – she sketches a lot about authors, for instance, and I have no wish to be one, I still find them relatable and hilarious. I guess you can already predict where I am going with this. I loved this book!!! Go for it!!! This has become my favourite volume of ‘Sarah’s Scribbles’, toppling “Adulthood is a Myth” from its pedestal. My only two regrets: 1. Why wasn’t it longer? 2. Why did I complete it in one sitting? Sigh. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review. *********************** Join me on the Facebook group, Readers Forever! , for more reviews, book-related discussions and fun.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Peterhans

    My first Andersen book, which feels like a sort of accomplishment in itself, seeing how insanely popular and ubiquitous her books are. And it's.. okay. Quite a few jokes made me laugh, although her overreliance on "Gen Z be like this, Millennials be like this!!" jokes is pretty cringeworthy. To me those are marketing terms and it always disheartens me when people just lap that stuff up - don't buy into it, you're just a statistical blob to the people that invent and use generational terms. The ar My first Andersen book, which feels like a sort of accomplishment in itself, seeing how insanely popular and ubiquitous her books are. And it's.. okay. Quite a few jokes made me laugh, although her overreliance on "Gen Z be like this, Millennials be like this!!" jokes is pretty cringeworthy. To me those are marketing terms and it always disheartens me when people just lap that stuff up - don't buy into it, you're just a statistical blob to the people that invent and use generational terms. The art is also firmly in the okay department. Andersen knows her craft, it's effective but there doesn't seem to be much range (this time with an overreliance on blurry last panels featuring a character with huge pupils, a crazy sinewave mouth, throwing something/someone over their heads). Now and then she really ventures too much into sappy greeting card territory, drawing a strip made for mugs and t shirts - I'm sure it's all heartfelt, it just doesn't do anything for me (see the "just being kind" strip, for example). Overall, it all feels disappointingly mainstream for a book called Oddball. Counterpoint: strips about cats. (Picked up an ARC through NetGalley)

  7. 5 out of 5

    destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    I really love Sarah's Scribbles a lot, so I don't say this lightly: Oddball is 100%, hands down, no questions asked, my favorite Sarah's Scribbles collection so far. I laughed out loud through so much of this and am still giggling over a couple of the comics. I'm not sure this will have a ton of appeal for anyone who isn't a millennial or maybe Gen Z, because a lot of the humor is very millennial-specific, and as usual for Sarah's work, a lot of it is also specific to cat lovers, people with anx I really love Sarah's Scribbles a lot, so I don't say this lightly: Oddball is 100%, hands down, no questions asked, my favorite Sarah's Scribbles collection so far. I laughed out loud through so much of this and am still giggling over a couple of the comics. I'm not sure this will have a ton of appeal for anyone who isn't a millennial or maybe Gen Z, because a lot of the humor is very millennial-specific, and as usual for Sarah's work, a lot of it is also specific to cat lovers, people with anxiety and depression, and introverts. Nobody who knows me is surprised to hear that I immensely related to every comic in this collection and it was, in a nutshell, completely perfect for me. ♥ Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this review copy in exchange for an honest review! ——— twitter | booktok | bookstagram | blog

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shirin Tondkar

    As always, very funny with great pictures, also coming with a new obsession, FROGS. This charming and humorous fourth collection of Sarah’s Scribbles was about many things that I really loved the PETS part. Well, my cats prefer my cup to their water bowl, and I'm not multilanguage, I’m dumb in 3 languages, too. It’s not what you expect. :) I'm always surprised that there are so many of me in Sarah Andersen's books. Many thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for giving me the chance to re As always, very funny with great pictures, also coming with a new obsession, FROGS. This charming and humorous fourth collection of Sarah’s Scribbles was about many things that I really loved the PETS part. Well, my cats prefer my cup to their water bowl, and I'm not multilanguage, I’m dumb in 3 languages, too. It’s not what you expect. :) I'm always surprised that there are so many of me in Sarah Andersen's books. Many thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for giving me the chance to read Oddball, Sarah's Scribbles #4 by Sarah Andersen, I have given my honest review. Published Date 07 Dec 2022 My review on 14 Aug 2021

  9. 5 out of 5

    Geoff

    Sarah's scribbles are sort of the meme equivalent of comfort food, I think? Or maybe it's the Millennial equivalent of a long-running newspaper strip that has all of its tropes and jokes figured out but has not yet slipped into senescence and self-parody. What I'm saying is you know what you get with these comics at this point (introverts! floofs! nerd humor!) and that's ok because (as of now) they are good and funny and comforting. **Thanks to the artist, publisher, and NetGalley for a free cop Sarah's scribbles are sort of the meme equivalent of comfort food, I think? Or maybe it's the Millennial equivalent of a long-running newspaper strip that has all of its tropes and jokes figured out but has not yet slipped into senescence and self-parody. What I'm saying is you know what you get with these comics at this point (introverts! floofs! nerd humor!) and that's ok because (as of now) they are good and funny and comforting. **Thanks to the artist, publisher, and NetGalley for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    My Day + Sarah's Scribbles = Better Day So many laugh-out-loud cartoons! Sure, it's a round-up of Sarah and her usual suspects -- dogs, cats, vampires, aliens, witches -- but I just can't get enough. My Day + Sarah's Scribbles = Better Day So many laugh-out-loud cartoons! Sure, it's a round-up of Sarah and her usual suspects -- dogs, cats, vampires, aliens, witches -- but I just can't get enough.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mitticus

    I was looking for laughs, but only got a few smiles. Although I liked it more than the previous book, there are things that, frankly, were beyond my comprehension. I think Sarah has a gift, like that of some comedians, of hitting the target with surprising acuity, and it induces us to recognize ourselves and laugh at the absurdity of the discomfort of our daily lives, however she also falls into the danger of totally avoiding the target. when it is not the right audience. Still good for bookis I was looking for laughs, but only got a few smiles. Although I liked it more than the previous book, there are things that, frankly, were beyond my comprehension. I think Sarah has a gift, like that of some comedians, of hitting the target with surprising acuity, and it induces us to recognize ourselves and laugh at the absurdity of the discomfort of our daily lives, however she also falls into the danger of totally avoiding the target. when it is not the right audience. Still good for bookish people, and weird introverts. I still do not understand why they call these drawings 'cute', there is no such thing in their humor style. +Digital ARC gently provided by Netgalley and publishers+

  12. 4 out of 5

    İlkim

    When I see this title on Netgalley, I thought I need this immediately. You can find your pandemic self in the drawings. I've seen some of it before but they still make me smile. I had good time, I really missed her dark humor. And thanks to Netgalley for this arc. When I see this title on Netgalley, I thought I need this immediately. You can find your pandemic self in the drawings. I've seen some of it before but they still make me smile. I had good time, I really missed her dark humor. And thanks to Netgalley for this arc.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    My fourth Sarah Andersen Sarah Scribbles book culled from her webcomic by the same name. Very popular, bestseller list, highlighting her oddballness, her introversion, her preference to be alone with her cats rather than be with people. Cats, comics and covens, she says. And true crime. I went through it all--112 pages--in maybe half an hour, and I smiled a few times. I know, I know, I am in the vast minority in not being enthralled by these comics, but I think they are good, they are all right, My fourth Sarah Andersen Sarah Scribbles book culled from her webcomic by the same name. Very popular, bestseller list, highlighting her oddballness, her introversion, her preference to be alone with her cats rather than be with people. Cats, comics and covens, she says. And true crime. I went through it all--112 pages--in maybe half an hour, and I smiled a few times. I know, I know, I am in the vast minority in not being enthralled by these comics, but I think they are good, they are all right, and after four books we of course feel like she is our oddball friend. What else to say? I read this as I do now to keep up with comics and sort of break up my reading of longer books. So here's synchronicity: Today I am reading a 1000-page true crime story of killer Gary Gilmore written by Norman Mailer, taking months to read it (versus half an hour) and Sarah likes true crime! We are linked!

  14. 5 out of 5

    nettebuecherkiste

    I may be Generation X, but this is sooo me!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melpomene

    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 2.5 Well, I follow her on Instagram and I've seen some of these before. They’re not bad, it’s just that they were repetitive for me. I still relate to some of them but in general, it wasn't my favorite in the series. ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 2.5 Well, I follow her on Instagram and I've seen some of these before. They’re not bad, it’s just that they were repetitive for me. I still relate to some of them but in general, it wasn't my favorite in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Dealing with things close to my heart: comfortable clothes, being an introvert, newfound obsessions! I love her vision of herself as an old lady, calling cats "an absolute unit" and dogs "doggo" and being thought to be completely mentally gone. It's going to happen. We can see it coming! Dealing with things close to my heart: comfortable clothes, being an introvert, newfound obsessions! I love her vision of herself as an old lady, calling cats "an absolute unit" and dogs "doggo" and being thought to be completely mentally gone. It's going to happen. We can see it coming!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sally Hanan

    This was great. I had a big grin on my face for some, laughed out loud on others, and felt seen in others. The artwork is perfect. I'd recommend this book for any coffee table other than one in a very religious church. :D This was great. I had a big grin on my face for some, laughed out loud on others, and felt seen in others. The artwork is perfect. I'd recommend this book for any coffee table other than one in a very religious church. :D

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sujoya

    It doesn't matter how old you are or which 'Gen' you belong to. The Sarah's Scribbles Collection is pure entertainment! Funny and relatable , this series is perfect for a good laugh. I've enjoyed all the books in this series and Oddball is no exception. I wish it were longer, though!😊 I look forward to more from Sarah Anderson. It doesn't matter how old you are or which 'Gen' you belong to. The Sarah's Scribbles Collection is pure entertainment! Funny and relatable , this series is perfect for a good laugh. I've enjoyed all the books in this series and Oddball is no exception. I wish it were longer, though!😊 I look forward to more from Sarah Anderson.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Resh (The Book Satchel)

    Another silly, goofy, lovely gem from Sarah Andersen. If you love her drawings and earlier work, you would love this too. There are strips about millennial problems (and the other generations), cats (of course), generation gap, the 'artist' problems, quarantine routines. I always enjoy Sarah Andersen's comics and yes, I chuckled, laughed (Tik tok dance? Detours (That's totally me)? witches?) and pointed saying 'good one' at many of them. Perfect to flip through and immediately make your day bett Another silly, goofy, lovely gem from Sarah Andersen. If you love her drawings and earlier work, you would love this too. There are strips about millennial problems (and the other generations), cats (of course), generation gap, the 'artist' problems, quarantine routines. I always enjoy Sarah Andersen's comics and yes, I chuckled, laughed (Tik tok dance? Detours (That's totally me)? witches?) and pointed saying 'good one' at many of them. Perfect to flip through and immediately make your day better.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Srivalli Rekha

    4.5 Stars Oddball is a cute collection of illustrations and the fourth installment of Sarah's Scribbles. I recognized the lead character (the artist herself) from posts shared on social media and got the ARC. The book deals with a lot of themes ranging from cats (can never get tired of them) to witches to being comfortable in our own skin, and the life of an introverted artist. The comic book is in black and white and can be read either in 15 mins or in 15 days. The choice is yours. I opted for 4.5 Stars Oddball is a cute collection of illustrations and the fourth installment of Sarah's Scribbles. I recognized the lead character (the artist herself) from posts shared on social media and got the ARC. The book deals with a lot of themes ranging from cats (can never get tired of them) to witches to being comfortable in our own skin, and the life of an introverted artist. The comic book is in black and white and can be read either in 15 mins or in 15 days. The choice is yours. I opted for the former. ;) There isn't much to say except that I fully enjoyed most of the illustrations and related to quite a few of them. Grab a copy when you are feeling a bit low and sit with a cup of hot chocolate. It should cheer you up rather well. I received an ARC from NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing and am voluntarily leaving a review. #Oddball #NetGalley **** Read the full review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ecem Yücel

    Many thanks to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review. Sarah's Scribbles always brightens my day -or night. Everything she draws is so relatable that it makes you suspect either the artist is spying on your life to draw inspiration, or you *are* the artist, but you don't know anything about it because you have a multiple personality disorder that you're not aware of. Joke aside, Andersen is awesome at what she does, and I hope she'll keep Many thanks to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review. Sarah's Scribbles always brightens my day -or night. Everything she draws is so relatable that it makes you suspect either the artist is spying on your life to draw inspiration, or you *are* the artist, but you don't know anything about it because you have a multiple personality disorder that you're not aware of. Joke aside, Andersen is awesome at what she does, and I hope she'll keep it up for long years, giving us the chance to read more of her books and laugh wholeheartedly.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Madara

    Why is this so relatable? WHY???? I follow Sarah on Facebook, so I've seen some of these comics on her page but who cares?! I loved this OK? So when is the 5th book coming out? Review copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Why is this so relatable? WHY???? I follow Sarah on Facebook, so I've seen some of these comics on her page but who cares?! I loved this OK? So when is the 5th book coming out? Review copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Roz

    I really really really enjoy these books! I feel seen haha.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    When it comes to simple yet charming and relatable four-to-five panel comics about the human condition as an anxious, introverted millennial who prefers cats to people, Sarah Andersen is peerless and unparalleled. This is her fourth collection of comics, and it may just be my favorite so far—I loved every single page, and only wish it had been longer. Global warming and the pandemic/quarantine make some appearances, but as a whole this was refreshing because it's mostly about cats and the sudden When it comes to simple yet charming and relatable four-to-five panel comics about the human condition as an anxious, introverted millennial who prefers cats to people, Sarah Andersen is peerless and unparalleled. This is her fourth collection of comics, and it may just be my favorite so far—I loved every single page, and only wish it had been longer. Global warming and the pandemic/quarantine make some appearances, but as a whole this was refreshing because it's mostly about cats and the sudden emergence of exceptionally odd interests. Personally, while I can't say that I'm particularly taken by frogs, one of my hyperfixations this year has been Greek mythology, so I loved that there were some adorable comics that included Medusa and Hades. I, too, am a former emo kid, love true crime and macabre stuff, am dumb in three different languages, love spooky things, cute things, and spooky-cute things the most of all, have given up the inherently sexist ~*not like other girls*~ crap as I've grown up and learned to enjoy my femininity, waste too much time looking at memes, lose myself in hyperfixations (or, as I like to call them, my emotional support obsessions), and have no idea what I'm doing. Sarah gets it, and has a unique gift for distilling even complex feelings into just a few panels with the simplest lines, sometimes without even requiring any words at all. She's an oddball who makes us other oddballs feel seen and understood, and I'll always support her art. ————— Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Scarlet Cameo

    I'm gonna be honest...gthe older I get the harder to make me laugh...and that's sad 'cause Sarah's Scribbles tends to be one of those things that give a big laugh, and now is just a little smile or a "I can relate to that"...and that's all. But I'm gonna say a "It's me, not you" an try to give her another try with her next book. I'm gonna be honest...gthe older I get the harder to make me laugh...and that's sad 'cause Sarah's Scribbles tends to be one of those things that give a big laugh, and now is just a little smile or a "I can relate to that"...and that's all. But I'm gonna say a "It's me, not you" an try to give her another try with her next book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mikky (Nocturnal Predators Reviews)

    I've learned to love any and all books by Sarah Andersen! They're so relatable and hit a tad bit too close to home in ways I never thought I would experience. Her comics are funny, sad, and heartbreaking at different moments. They're a great escape from the real world and I would recommend them tremendously! * I received an eARC of this novel from the publisher. All opinions are my own. I've learned to love any and all books by Sarah Andersen! They're so relatable and hit a tad bit too close to home in ways I never thought I would experience. Her comics are funny, sad, and heartbreaking at different moments. They're a great escape from the real world and I would recommend them tremendously! * I received an eARC of this novel from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

  27. 4 out of 5

    angelsbooks

    Thank you to the publisher for providing an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Sarah Andersen's comics are one of my favorites. Drowings are adorable. This is a true story. The book is quite amusing. It was beneficial to me. I had a good time and had a big grin on my face when I finished the book. I was only sorry for the book's short length. Is it possible for me to make a request for more? This is a book that I strongly suggest! Take a cup of coffee, grab Oddball, a Thank you to the publisher for providing an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Sarah Andersen's comics are one of my favorites. Drowings are adorable. This is a true story. The book is quite amusing. It was beneficial to me. I had a good time and had a big grin on my face when I finished the book. I was only sorry for the book's short length. Is it possible for me to make a request for more? This is a book that I strongly suggest! Take a cup of coffee, grab Oddball, and enjoy.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Sarah Andersen's comics are always a joy to read, I find them very enjoyable and also very relatable since I am a fellow introvert like the author. The comics are a lot of fun and they never fail to put a smile on my face. I totally recommend this new Sarah's Scribbles collection! An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Sarah Andersen's comics are always a joy to read, I find them very enjoyable and also very relatable since I am a fellow introvert like the author. The comics are a lot of fun and they never fail to put a smile on my face. I totally recommend this new Sarah's Scribbles collection!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V.

    I don't think I will ever not love a Sarah's Scribbles collection. She makes me laugh and smile and her comics do exactly what I need them to when I've had a long day. I follow Sarah on social media and I'm always excited when she posts a new comic. Relatable and self effacing, she is truly one of my favorites. Received via Netgalley I don't think I will ever not love a Sarah's Scribbles collection. She makes me laugh and smile and her comics do exactly what I need them to when I've had a long day. I follow Sarah on social media and I'm always excited when she posts a new comic. Relatable and self effacing, she is truly one of my favorites. Received via Netgalley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    How is it that Sarah Anderson knows my new cat (who is not like any of the previous cats I have lived with)? She gets and extra star just for those bits. Otherwise it was hit or miss.

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