by David Sedaris [817 Sed]
This is a collection of essays by David Sedaris that had me in stitches the whole way through. David comments on particular moments in his life in a humorous, often sarcastic way, even though sometimes the memories aren't all pleasant. The book is split into two main sections, 'one' which takes place in America, and 'deux' which chronicles his time spent in France. Both are equally entertaining. David Sedaris' sense of humor easily kept me hooked the whole way through. -- recommended by Stephanie G. - Bennett Martin Public Library
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