Reviews of speculative fiction, YA, middle grade, and graphic novels, along with stray thoughts, links, and pictures.
A funny book about overcoming adversity, especially when it's source is your own brain and body. Like Lawson's previous book, she narrates the audio version, which we've been listening to in bits and pieces over various road trips.
Nothing in this book made me laugh so hard I nearly got into an accident, but it still had some quite funny parts. And, more importantly, Lawson pulls no punches in describing her dealings with depression and the importance of both moving forward and knowing when to hide in your hotel room for a few days.
Part self help, part philosophy, part taxidermy, and all heart.