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Who Writes This Crap

Who Writes This Crap Do you despair of book blurbs that use words like tour de force brilliant and hilarious Well despair no In this book Joel Stickley and Luke Wright take all the rubbish you read in an average day and

  • Title: Who Writes This Crap
  • Author: Luke Wright
  • ISBN: 9780241143773
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Do you despair of book blurbs that use words like tour de force brilliant and hilarious Well, despair no In this book, Joel Stickley and Luke Wright take all the rubbish you read in an average day and rewrite it in satirical and side splitting new ways.

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      Published :2019-03-19T22:33:50+00:00

    1 thought on “Who Writes This Crap

    1. 2 1/2* there were funny moments but I started to get bored about 3/4 of the way through. A couple of things interested me (but probably no one else). Firstly the time left in the book (kindle) increased for sometime before decreasing Was this deliberate (if so I am impressed)? At one stage the time left in the book was the same as a time in the text (so probably deliberate). When I got to the end the * had been linked with the relevant point in the book I've not seen this before (but now I'll pr [...]

    2. Really quite funny. A 'day in the life of' told through what is being read at the time ranging from a thinly disguised Guardian ('the Sentinel') on the morning commute to office emails about everything other than work to increasingly drunken texts in the evening. Very lightweight though - read in 24 hours between heavier stuff.

    3. Joel Stickley, the co-author of this book, has a hilarious blog that I follow called How to Write Badly Well. I'm hoping this book is as great as his blog. One can only hope.Also, I'm hoping it was printed in the US.

    4. awesome book! mainly for fun :)but it does face you with some mis-use of everyday writings that you may encounter

    5. A day in the life of a person (you!) cursed to read every written word in sight. A great conceit, well-executed.

    6. A light, entertaining read but not as funny as I expected it to be.

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