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Grace's Guide The Art Of Pretending To Be A Grown-up (2014)

by Grace Helbig(Favorite Author)
4.3 of 5 Votes: 2
1476788006 (ISBN13: 9781476788005)
review 1: I really like parts of this book but I also wish it had deeper moments. Don't get me wrong...I really enjoyed the book. It has a lot of really fun tips and tricks. It reads like one of Grace's videos, so in that aspect it's perfect for her viewers. I guess I just wish it had more serious moments. I already know she is a funny person. I didn't need to read her book to understand that. I wanted to read to hear her speak more on personal experiences and give, I suppose, sisterly-ish advice. The chapter on anxiety was a really great part because it felt like getting to know a side of Grace we don't already. Some other chapters though...they just felt unneeded. Especially the cooking part. I mean, she admitted to not even having tried some of the recipes. I understand that they... more were mostly jokes but they were also precious pages that could have been filled with something better in my opinion. I'm still a fan and did like the book...just wished I would have loved it.
review 2: I'd even call it a 4.5/5 star book. Full of fun and interesting anecdotes and just the right touch of humour, this book provides practical life advice without being too serious or making you feel like adults have to be completely put together and idealistic, because that's not what adulthood is. It's entertaining, honest, and for someone also pretending to be a grown-up, it's great to see that even the people I admire have had similar struggles. Very clever. less
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Not gonna lie, it made me want to put deodorant in weird places.
I kind of want to give everyone I know a copy of this book.
Hilarious from start to finish.
Great for 17 year olds+
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