Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh

Hyperbole and a HalfThis book made me laugh so hard that my family made me read it aloud in the living room. This book goes into both the hilarious and the depressing parts of Allie’s life, but it often delves into the strange parts of her life, like when she ate an entire cake herself or when she dug up a letter that she had written to herself as a child. Read this book somewhere that it is acceptable to laugh loud because you will be doing a lot of it.

Availability: SMCM Library
Review Submitted by: Andrew Lachkovic
Rating: Highly Recommended

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