Today’s post is a guest post! The guest – my son 🙂 and the book – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
As I have mentioned a few times on my blog, my son and I share reading lists and likes! He often recommends reads to me and vice versa. And I have to admit I have enjoyed the books and short stories he has asked me to read. Today, I pestered him for a review and you will hopefully know why after you read it. I chose not to add anything to his review, and as I have to yet read the book (it is on my TBR), I did/could not add my thoughts 🙂
Title: Me & Earl & the Dying Girl
Author: Jesse Andrews
The cover of the book greets you with a rather long title, followed by the sentence “This is the funniest book about death you will ever read”.
While I knew I wanted to read it before,I want to read it even more now after his review! What about you?
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16 thoughts on “Book Review: Me & Earl & the Dying Girl (Guest Post)”
Great review and I too want to read this book!
🙂 thank you Martha
I love that you featured your son as a guest blogger and that you share the love of the same books! How grand 🙂
🙂 thank you! i am going to convince him to write more often for my blog
My oldest daughter and I share similar books.
Good review from your son! That’s awesome that you guys have books in common.
thank you Kate! and yes, i enjoy that fact too
My kids wear fur coats and sadly, are illiterate, although they do love to sit with me and purr in my ear while I read. 😉
My son often recommends book to me too
that is so cool!
Great review. Not sure this book is for me, I tend to stay away from sad books.
Haven’t read this one but it sounds good. I love that your son was a guest poster!
thank you Karla. and i hope to get both my kids to guest post more often (some more pestering!)
Great review, I’m glad your son fully enjoyed this book. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.