“On page two, when the author leaves his physician's office and thinks -
“Wait a minute. Did I see a diploma on his wall? Could “Doctor” possibly be the man’s first name?”, I thought that by the time I finished this book, I'd have a terrible bellyache from all the laughing. Unfortunately, that was my only laugh-out-loud moment and the rest of the book fell flat. Many of the stories, especially the random fictional pieces, left me feeling uncomfortable and doubtful as to whether I should continue reading. Maybe this wasn't the best book for a first-time Sedaris reader (seeing how his other works have better reviews), but having gotten a sense of his haphazardly-written crude and unentertaining sardonicism, I can say with some conviction that I will not be picking up any of his other books. ”
Aiswarya wrote this review Sunday, September 8, 2013.