Reaching through words stars not yet discovered!
His stories always end at his beginnings and visa versa! Songs to my ears and my own North Carolina experiences!
David as the Santa Elf
Yes as many as I can. This is up to the same quality.
This is a little too dark for anyone under 40 to hear.
Once again in this new edition Sedaris shows his creative ingenuity and why he is one of our favorite, best selling authors. The story comparing cultural Santas is sheer comic genius and side-splittingly hilarious. Just buy it.
Horrible and depressing! Of the 12 chapters, only one was amusing. the rest were poisoned by cruel and/or arrogant undertones. Worst holiday entertainment I've ever read or heard.
Sedaris has always been better at memoirs than fiction. The dark sense of humor fails to land in most of the stories included. the only ones I enjoyed are Santaland, French Class, and 6-8 Black men.
To get me through part one of the 2016 holidays. It's bad enough spending time with extended family, but I'll take David Sedaris singing over my conservative family any day of the week.
Though not his best book by any means it was 100% worth the sale price. It had some stories I'd heard and loved and a few new ones to delight. Honestly the Holiday Letter had me in tears.
Love some of David's stuff but find others a bit bizarre. So this is not all holiday fare by any means