This book shares many memories of Mamrie’s life that pair greatly with a cocktail. Each chapter starts out with a recipe that helps fit the mood of the story she tells. Being a fan of Mamrie’s youtube videos, I was excited when her book was announced and came out. I quickly dove into it and was not let down. Her sense of humour was not lost at all in the pages, Mamrie managed to connect to her readers in a way that is very similar to her videos. The stories showcases Mamrie in a light that she portrays herself in online of quirky and yet still hilarious. I often found myself smiling or laughing to myself every chapter. If you are a fan of Mamrie Hart I would highly recommend this book, if you have not yet read it or even if you are interested in a light funny read.
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