After reading the horror show that is ‘A Simple Favor’ I needed a HUGE laugh and a promise of no incest.
Enter Jenny Lawson.
I had read one of her other books so I knew what I was getting into. The issue I had with this one is simple:
I listened to it on audiobook read by her and nearly crashed my car a million times from laughing too hard.
Stories about her pets, daughter, and long-suffering husband Viktor are always funny and amazing and I love how she touches on mental health and what hers is and how she (and her family) handle it.
It was lovely to read about how she’s not okay, but she’s okay. And how scary it can get, and how putting her story out helps her and helps us.
I just love her. This one goes on the shelf of ‘Everyone needs to read this’ because I love how it touched on mental health and family and it still felt like she was talking to us as a friend and not just telling us about her life matter of factly and that’s that.
I love her writing, I love her penchant for loving horribly done taxidermy, and I love that I can expect more and more books from her.