If We Ever Break Up, This Is My Book

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  • Title: If We Ever Break Up, This Is My Book
  • Author: Jason Logan
  • ISBN: 9781416908258
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Hardcover
  • BREAKING UP IS ONLY THE BEGINNINGA ROADMAP TO RECOVERYTHE ENDSTORMING OUTLISTENING TO THE SAD MIXED TAPEHAUNTED BY A PAIR OF SHOESTHE PHONE CALLGENERAL WALLOWINGYOUR DOG CAN HELPTHE SETBACKGENERAL AWKWARDNESS ACCOMPANIED BY PAINTHE GRAY AREATHE BREAKUP PARTII ANGRY DATINGACTUALLY, YOUR DOG CAN T HELPSLEEPING ALONEOVER IT, REALLY OVER ITA NEW HOBBYSEASONAL ACTIVITIES FOR TBREAKING UP IS ONLY THE BEGINNINGA ROADMAP TO RECOVERYTHE ENDSTORMING OUTLISTENING TO THE SAD MIXED TAPEHAUNTED BY A PAIR OF SHOESTHE PHONE CALLGENERAL WALLOWINGYOUR DOG CAN HELPTHE SETBACKGENERAL AWKWARDNESS ACCOMPANIED BY PAINTHE GRAY AREATHE BREAKUP PARTII ANGRY DATINGACTUALLY, YOUR DOG CAN T HELPSLEEPING ALONEOVER IT, REALLY OVER ITA NEW HOBBYSEASONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE LONELYTHE WEDDING INVITATIONGETTING OVER ITTHE NEW BEGINNING

    • ó If We Ever Break Up, This Is My Book || · PDF Read by ↠ Jason Logan
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      Published :2018-012-19T06:42:29+00:00

    1 thought on “If We Ever Break Up, This Is My Book”

    1. Sometimes a book arrives in your life at exactly the right moment. This one was tucked on a shelf in an apartment I rented in Paris this weekend (how pretentious does THAT sound?). The title leapt out at me right away and the book and I were never apart for the remainder of my stay. It was my constant companion, laughing at the same jokes, handing me a tissue for my tears, and always, always ready with a cheese plate for culinary comfort. I am far from recently single, but this book address the [...]

    2. Charming. Very fun to read :) Logan has a way of telling this story through drawings and captions. After I read this, I let all my friends borrow it because it was too cute not to share.

    3. Painful, funny, and often painfully funny, Jason Logan walks us through a breakup with the help of drawings, flowcharts, diagrams, and the weary, worn-down voice of experience.

    4. I'm not surprised that Yoko Ono is credited in the book's acknowledgements; it reminded me a lot of Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings. But a modern, extra-depressing breakup version.It's kind of a short and vague read, but can definitely be cathartic if it finds you at the right time.

    5. "Heartfelt, sardonic, and self-deprecating sketches appealing to the lonely and content alike. Reminiscent of Matt Groening's Life in Hell with a smidge of Chris Ware's nonchalance. I'd like to own this book, if only to frame every other page. A few tidbits (that are far better in their original context, but you get the idea):Getting a dog doesn't necessarily mean you have moved on . . . and particularly not if you give it the name you had picked for the baby.So far today:Organized my thoughts a [...]

    6. funny and witty, just like the cover said love how it reveals all those awkwardness,endless tiring argument and stupid fights in such a funny way,and how you try to act cool in front of ur exes they are just too funny, too cool and i love this kind of illustration with such good smart irony for the heart.

    7. I was under the assumption this had some paragraphs in it. It's more of a journal, but with pretty much a sentence per page, if that. Hard to understand, but then again I'm currently in a long relationship. It's cute however, but how it ended was kind of like "that's it?"

    8. Simple drawings reveal an almost too-intimate knowledge of the process of grieving for a lost relationship and the experience of dealing, moving on, and getting back out there, so to speak. Wry, cute, sentimental.

    9. Just fine. Like bitter line drawings as a rule, so this was good. Maybe a little too depressing, but hopeful in the end. I'd like the "aren't relationships wacky" prologue or epilogue to this book, in line drawings. Start writing it, please.

    10. This book was hilarious! I read it in one sitting, and laughed throughout the whole thing! I got it as a joke, and I loved it! Full of diagrams and pictures, this is not a book that will be re-gifted!

    11. Wonderful, a light-hearted approach to breaking up. A journey into the relationships we have loved and lost.

    12. Great illustrations and concepts. I remember being taken with this book at least a decade ago as I perused a bookstore, but its observations did not seem quite as sharp to me this time around.

    13. Thought this was going to be a cynical funny book but its more charming than anything. Still a great book though.

    14. It was alright, I really liked the style of the book. Some of the quotes were noteworthy, I'll keep it on my shelf because the pages were nice to look at.But definitely no storyline in my opinion.

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