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Title : Walk It Off, Princess
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ISBN : 9780988689589
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 264 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Walk It Off, Princess Reviews

  • jv poore
    2018-12-21 07:17

    My pattern of buying the newest David Thorne book, reading it and laughing until my eyes cry (even when reading in public), then buying a couple more copies to donate to my favorite classroom library continues with Walk It Off Princess. Few things bring me as much joy as seeing books I've donated sitting on students' desk and when I actually see them reading and hear them chuckling, it's gold.

  • Kawen
    2018-12-21 08:05

    Outra leitura divertida, e o primeiro livro de 2018 :D

  • Philibusted
    2019-01-14 05:01

    Subtly not so subtle humor. (Russian ice breakers, indeed.)I particularly enjoyed the scathing veracity that the author may or may not gave presented his tragically (for the most part) afflicted supporting cast. His wife, Holly, is probably going to be up for sainthood by the end of her days.I also appreciated the underlying theme of appreciating how the joys we find in life, the people that we love, often come into our lives through a combination of misery and fortune - a message perhaps meant to carry us through these mendacious times.Maybe he’s telling us all to walk it off, Princess[es]. And maybe he’s hoping it’ll help us fight off the morbid malaise that infects all the cascading victims of those conned by spineless con artists.

  • Terry Collins
    2018-12-23 08:17

    Thorne NEVER disappoints, and his latest book is no exception. Literally one of the few writers that I actually "laugh out loud" at while reading. The introduction (with David's edits to same) alone is screamingly funny, and sets the tone for the rest of this collection of essays ... which also continues to show his maturation as a writer, with some of the stories he shares offering up more bittersweet lessons learned from his experiences. A keeper.

  • Heather
    2019-01-17 07:09

    Read it. Love it. Don't have anything intensely insightful to say about it. I just love his stuff and they're fun little fluff reads for me, seeing him be silly and fuck with people. They don't help me process my emotional issues or any of that nonsense. They are just a lovely diversion. I support everything he does. Also I notice about 3000 typos in the ebooks, but I'm guessing he doesn't have a proper editor for his shit, so par for the course.

  • Vasili Sviridov
    2018-12-24 07:18

    A nice mix of melancholy and hilarity. Written in a similar autobiographic style that "Wrap it in a bit of cheese..." was. Sometimes it's hard to tell what is fiction and what has really happened, so some of the more somber episodes are quite jarring at first. The swimming cap prank bit had me laughing so hard I was in tears...

  • Gary Wrenn
    2018-12-30 01:57

    Hilarious as alwaysThe essay about letting dogs continue to live through struggle had me in tears. The last essay was awesome and really puts things in perspective. David lights up my days with every read.

  • Kav Van der linden
    2019-01-07 04:19

    David Thorne rarely disappoints me. Finished this in a day because putting it down was not an option. Not only hilarious, but occasionally touching, and he has this comfortable momentum in the way he writes.

  • George Shafer
    2019-01-11 06:01

    Another Great and Funny Book!I have read all of David’s books and have found them all funny. His sense of humor tickles my funny bone every time. Cannot wait for the next one.

  • Barbara
    2018-12-29 09:08

    I, personally favor the life’s motto, “Suck it up, Princess”. But, this preference in no way diminished my enthusiasm for David’s latest tome. Read it.

  • Kelly Massey
    2019-01-01 07:23

    Every time I start writing a review for this book a snarky Thorne-esque response comes to mind. So instead I'll leave the five-star review for hilarity and simply end with, "Walk It Off, Princess."

  • Ron
    2018-12-21 06:17

    Typical David Thorne. Humor that makes you laugh out loud, cringe, roll your eyes and feel bad that you actually laughed at that.

  • Karla
    2018-12-27 06:57

    Uneven, but when it's funny, it's really funny.

  • Tina
    2018-12-19 08:24

    As always, David Thorne is hysterically funny. This book offered more insights into his personal life, which I found both humorous and touching. This is Thorne at his best. Recommended.

  • Johan Söderström
    2019-01-03 00:58

    Good but not hilarious I did get some good laughs and chuckles and generally enjoyed the book but it's not really like his first work, which is genius

  • Daniel
    2018-12-26 08:00


  • Sonja Wright
    2019-01-06 07:07

    Read the book for p.75 “Cantilevers”. Absolutely beautifully written. The whole book is hilarious as all get out.