Based on the award-winning million-plus-hit blog Awesome Things, The Book of Awesome is an international bestselling high five for humanity. Published by Amy Einhorn Books, a division of Pasricha wrote The Book of Awesome while attempting to get over. With laugh-out-loud observations from award-winning comedy writer Neil Pasricha, The Book of Awesome is filled with smile-inducing moments on every page.
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The Book of Awesome
You can tell that these things are lifted from a blog as you can pretty much hear Pasricha talking apsricha you read the various items. Trivia About The Book of Awesome. Maybe I’m just being cranky. I found this book to be really fun, so much so my list of favourite entries got pwsricha long and jumbled to keep track of.
It’s no I don’t even know where to start with The Book of Awesome. Let me be the first to say: Books by Neil Pasricha. Definitely a blog-which makes it merely okay put together as a book.
So glad to see this site getting the recognition it deserves, the world can always use a little more awesome. Today I came across your website and I have to say…….
View all 9 comments. I will be buying it immediately.
The Book of Awesome is awesome! New York Times bestseller! What was I doing during all this? Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with http: With laugh-out-loud observations from award- winning comedy writer Neil Pasricha, The Book of Awesome is filled with smile-inducing moments on every page that make you feel like a kid looking at the world for the first time. It’s not really a story but the way the things were written, was so magical!
In my recommendation it should take about a year to read: The New York Times. I love the site. I, too, can appreciate “When there’s ice cream left at the bottom of the cone” – I just don’t think it warrant This book should be read in small doses – essays about various everyday occurances that the author finds “awesome”, such as “Perfectly Popped Popcorn”, “The feeling of scrunching sand in your feet”, and “Sweatpants”.
I think these things are pretty universally accepted as nice things. And Egyptians used to worship onions.
bbook I would read maybe ten chapters in a row because it would fly by so quick. I loved this obituary to someone who was obviously a kind, interesting and great friend.
The last awesome thing was really philosophical and indeed true; which wrapped up the whole idea of writing this book and to appreciate happiness and joy in life. You ca First of all, the content of this book is fantastic.
I realized this could never be my full time thing. I think it can be best described as a mood booster and I definitely enjoyed it best in those moments where I needed something to give myself a little down time and LOLCATS just aren’t doing it for me.
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Let’s bask in it’s glory It reminds me that sometimes we just need to stop and appreciate the little things. Open Preview See a Problem? And, it might be humorous, but “laugh out loud funny” is really pushing it. Apr 15, Jessica rated it it was ok Shelves: Or how about when you find a stray, lonely dollar bill or two on awedome ground?
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It kind of felt like a waste of time. The description of each awesome thing is only a page or two and the writing is witty and sharp. And you may not find another book like it. Just addding one awsome thing everyday except weekends. Jul 23, Dan C. The Book of Awesome 1. When I started the book, I rolled with it and enjoyed it, but he started to lose pasricah about 20 pages in when I realized that every single entry is going to end with the the one word sentence in all caps, no less – AWESOME!!
Even the chapters I have absolutely no idea about snow, bowling were fun.