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10 thoughts on “Disaster Preparedness

  1. [Shai] Bibliophage [Shai] Bibliophage says:

    Actual rating 35 I enjoyed the author's narration of her and her family's life story Although there are some parts that I doze off especially on the part where she tells her story about one of her exes But some of her stories are uite comic like when she and her dad rode the plane and there was a turbulence There are also some noteworthy subtle pieces of advice usually on every end of the chapters If you are looking for a witty uirky and light read novel this coming weekend; then this book definitely suits you


  2. David David says:

    Saloncom is just so much duller ever since Heather H left Their new TV critic has yet to write a column that maintains my intereest Hell I can't even remember his name Unlike the vastly overhyped Bossypants which IMO barely ualified as a memoir at all Fey told us nothing about her life that wasn't already public knowledge this memoir does not shy away from exploring some of the difficult aspects of Havrilesky's past This takes courage but Havrilesky's candor makes this a much interesting book than Bossypants which the Guardian reviewer correctly identified as of an exercise in concealment It's also much funnier


  3. Elliot Ratzman Elliot Ratzman says:

    I read most of this mediocre memoir on a beach in NJ so perhaps it was the extreme environment that soured it for me I had snagged it up on the historic last day of Borders’ existence for a buck because AJ Jacobs endorsed it and the Library of Congress had it categorized it as 1 Pessimism 2 Emergency Management Both Jacobs and the Library of Congress lied; I want a refund In short girl grows up in Durham NC during the 70s and 80s with divorced academic parents Yawn My memoir writing workshops produced much interesting stuff than this David Sederis makes the uotidian or common autobio episode funny and memorable She’s no Sederis and she hasn’t lived the life of Churchill just another on line wordsmith who once worked at the mall lost her religion and virginity tried out for cheerleading fought with her siblings etc As such Havrlesky’s prose is track laid pedestrian taking us from one slice of life incident to the other uninteresting to anyone not in her family


  4. Tracy Tracy says:

    This was a good memoir about growing up the 1970s It was generally a series of essays The book was not a compelling read in that I didn't constantly want to get back to but it was solid I thought overall it was generally a 3 star book but I loved the last essay so much I bumped it up one notch The last essay focused on how we would like to be the perfect mom with everything clean and neat and we'd like to be the person who hired people to help with every unpleasant task so we had tons of time to think and read and stare out the window but that in the end we were flawed people who would never be perfect and that the crazy messiness of life is really life and she loved hers and it reminded me that I love mine crumbs on the floorscreaming toddlerno bread in the house and all


  5. Katherine Katherine says:

    An uninteresting memoir about someone's uninteresting life The uninteresting life part would have been fine if she had found some interesting or truly funny way to write about the average things that happened to her But she didn't So her parents got divorced So she has flaws BIG WHOOP I kept reading this book hoping that it would have some kind of positive realization but the maybe four times Havrilesky was positive it felt saccharine and fake Overall a cliched repetitive unnecessary book


  6. Karyn Karyn says:

    I love Heather Havrilesky's Television Reviews on Salon and so I was very excited when I found her book during my pillaging of the Milford Borders' final day of sales I think I bought 20 books for 25 that day thanks bad economyHavrilesky writes about her parents' failed marriage and how its impacted her adulthood subject matter that's right up my alley She also does a nice job looking at the larger context of disaster during the years she grew up In many ways this is the memoir I've wanted to someday write But the problem is Havrilesky's book is a little boring It's oddly organized I think perhaps she strung together posts from her blog because it reads like a series of disconnected blog posts She does wayyyyy too much telling and not enough showing She brings great insights into her subject matter but she doesn't earn those insights She's often funny but there's not enough humor happening in scene Her book taught me a lot about what I should not be doing in my own work; that's always a good thing If you do read this book think of it not as a book length project but as a collection of essays and that will help a lot


  7. Liza Liza says:

    I liked this When I was in high school I liked Heather Havrilesky's tv writing and now I like her advice columns or whatever else pops up on the internet In the same way I liked this book What I did NOT like was the part where she confesses everything that's wrong with her to her future husband and he's like so you're a woman Harhar NO WTF I don't expect everyone to be a lesbian feminist this might be a lie but yeesh Just sub human for woman and everything would be fine


  8. Emily Emily says:

    The author shares my hometown so it was fun recognizing the landmarks roads schools etc that she writes about Also the last few pages of this killed me Please remember we were not a disappointment Not at all not even close We were gorgeous and strong you and me We were terrible and troubled and utterly divine


  9. Haritha Haritha says:

    Found this book randomly in a little library It felt like the author tried excessively to make her mundane life seem interesting Not my jam Giving it 2 stars because it held my interest enough for me to finish it


  10. Miriam Miriam says:

    to be honest I'm not so much rating this book as memoir it's like a linked collection of essays anyway probably labeled memoir by the marketing department but for H Havrilesky's impact on my life via the Ask Polly column So much humanity humor empathy and heart with a good dose of sourness thrown in which is why I like her so much OK people are saying that she didn't have enough bad things happen to her ? That is not the point of an essay rather it is the observations And the part where she remembers her mother getting out in the middle of a camping trip just sticks with me As well as Heather's thoughts on her father's reaching for grace while dating three women at the same time going jogging her mother's Greek chorus of friends and her high school ice cream job This book is very honest sometimes social being a social winner means being a social winner in a chapter on the cheerleaders and yet I found her comments on the generosity of her cheerleader friends so humane and thoughtful A lot of us have trouble getting over our outcast natures and being honest and reaching out and actually connecting to people and taking our own emotions and troubles seriously That's why I love the If a tree falls chapter 3 this book and also Ask Polly


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