Book Review: "Hyperbole and a Half" by Allie Brosh — Dallas Comedy HouseThis is a book I wrote. Because I wrote it, I had to figure out what to put on the back cover to explain what it is. So I decided to just make a list of things that are in the book:. I read it almost immediately, but between having ALL sorts of feelings about it and the move, I never put up a review. But I digress. Presenting my long overdue Hyperbole and a Half review! Hyperbole and a Half is hilarious and immensely relatable.
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You will rip through it in three hours, tops. I must have interrupted Melinda a dozen times to read to her passages that made me laugh out loud. Her timing and tone are consistently spot on. And so is her artwork. I was less excited about the discovery because it turned my dog into a horrible, vomit-making perpetual-motion machine. But her best stuff is the deep stuff, especially the chapters about her battles with severe depression. There is a lot of self-revelation here but no self-pity.
Brosh has a lot of material on-line, You should come and play with us on Goodreads. It also might have been the first time we talked about mutually living with depression, even surpassing XKCD, really talked about it. It is my favorite web comic, so obviously only a small fraction made it into the book and there's more to discover on the blog. Allie.
She is amazing at explaining the crud of depression and how your brain s when you suffer with depression. It is my favorite web comic, which is saying something. I have done or have very similar stories to some of the scenarios she describes. I think the difference in types of paper and all the ink made it heavier than a normal book.