Thursday, August 22, 2019

Everyone In LA Is An Asshole - Book Review and Giveaway



Book Overview:

LA is a beast. A city that swallows most with its glamour and glitz.

Not Sarah Fuller though.

Stubborn and relentless, Sarah refuses to be changed by her surroundings. Often, she takes a cynical approach, judging the world around her, though never taking anything too seriously.

Thrown back into the dating arena in her late thirties, Sarah encounters brand new challenges.

Readers will laugh out loud at the adventures and mishaps this sassy protagonist gets herself into. She explores LA life, seeing it through her unique lens.

Hair extensions, goat yoga, socialites and all the strangeness that comes out of LA weave together in this crazy, episodic adventure.

Can you handle the absurdities? 


My Review:

Written by author Sarah Fuller, Everyone In LA Is An Asshole takes a satirical look at how the general population of LA behaves and the stereotypes the city beholds.  Sarah writes about trends and fads she's been roped into, what to do and what not to do when setting up a profile for a date, and co-parenting with an ex.  Sarah makes as much fun of herself as she does everyone else.  She doesn't cross the line with offensiveness, but sometimes teeter-totters on the edge of said line.  I imagine that if I were to meet the author in person, she and I would become fast friends.  She redeems her sarcasm and taunting tone in the end when she describes what makes LA so great.  


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17 comments:

aperry said...

My town has a lot of trees.

Suburban prep said...

Where I live is close to where I grew up. I am comfortable. It is what I am used to.

Nancy Payette said...

I am used to it. It has a lot of good things about it. Wish it wasn't so congested it though. Been here a long time, way back when it was still quaint.

Stephanie said...

I still live in the same area where I grew up, so it's sort of all I know. I used to like it more years ago, and now I'm kind of indifferent to it. I don't love it like I used to, but I don't hate it.

Jan Lee said...

I don't kmow...some days I hate it, other days it's ok. Overall I'd rather not live here.

Leela said...

I like where i'm at. I moved away from a place I hated that I could say the same thing as this book ;)

Jovan said...

I really like where I live as I'm 10 minutes from the beach/ocean and live in a brand new house. It is getting quite built up though the last few years so it isn't as much as a small town as before so I'm actually looking to move to a more rural area. But it is a great town even now.

Cheryl Chervitz said...

I live in Kansas City, MO. I like it for the most part, but the neighborhood I live in needs more money for improvements. I love that the city is dog friendly.

AEKZ2 said...

I love my city because we have good schools and a lot of restaurants and stores.

tregan28 said...

I love my little farm town that I live in. Although we live really close to Sacramento, California and I hate it there. I don't lie big city life.

Dynalroberson@gmail.com said...

My town is boring but a good place to raise children.

wen budro said...

I moved here a year ago. There are definite pros and cons. It is quiet and safe. The flip side is that it is boring and there are no stores here.

Meghan said...

Sounds funny!

Annmarie Weeks said...

Our town is okay. It's in the suburbs and a nice place to raise a family. But we've moved around a lot...this isn't my favorite place but it's not my least favorite either. And we know we won't retire here...we'll move one more time...hopefully closer to the shore.

Donna said...

The town I live in now is horrible but we will be moving back to the next town over where we used to live as soon as insurance money comes through and that town is great.

Laura said...

I'm not a huge fan of the city we live in. It has some great people, but the weather could be much better. We moved here for my husbands career and I kind of just came along!

Shakeia Rieux said...

The only thing I don’t like about the city I live in is that the one theater we had they took it out, so now we have to drive to another city in order to see a movie.