Thursday, February 28, 2019

Review: EVERYDAY CRAP by Benjamin Wallace


Meet John, an everyday schmoe with a family. In a story called “Store,” his wife is nagging at him to run errands while his game is on. Oh how she bugged about his clothes. What does it matter what he wears just to pick up some milk? Better than going out naked, right? The food shopping was definitely not an easy feat considering all the “specifics” involved. This one was full of the dry, witty, humor.



This book had stories of everyday crap. Some were amusing while others were not. The long descriptions made the stories lagging, like the vivid pumpkin carvings and the hanging stockings. Could’ve briefed all this a little.



My rating: 3 stars

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