Sloane Crosley, according to her bio on the back of the book,
wrote the cover story for the worst-selling issue of Maxim in the magazine's
history. Chances are if she's broadcasting that fact, she'll put all her foibles
on display and make us laugh at them along with her. Add that to the
publisher's comparison that Crosley is a 21st century David Sedaris and Dorothy
Parker, and the reader is prepared for a sly and humorous collection of essays.
While Crosley shows her youth, she lives up to the hype, taking the minutiae of everyday life and injecting it with her unique humor. She is a person to whom crazy things happen, like being locked out of her old and new apartments on the same day, or finding feces on her bathroom floor after a dinner party.
As she humorously describes situations that people can relate to, like the first real job after college, her (mis...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
- PW Starred Review
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