So Sad Today

sadSo Sad Today: Personal Essays by Melissa Broder

I almost quit this book about halfway through it.  It is raw, and it was uncomfortable and almost embarrassing…as if I were reading someone’s private journal and not a published volume of essays.

I am glad I stuck with it to the end.  The final essay is by far the best one, in my opinion.

Note to author: I think most everyone is “not okay,” but some people are better than others at hiding it.  Kudos to you for being brave enough to bare your self, pretty or not.

I received this book for free through a  Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.


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