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This Book Loves You by PewDiePie is a collection of beautifully illustrated inspirational sayings by which you should live your life. If you follow each and every one, your life will become easier, more fabulous, more rewarding. Imagine what a chilled-out and wonderful human being people would think you were if you lived by the simple principle "You can never fail if you This Book Loves You by PewDiePie is a collection of beautifully illustrated inspirational sayings by which you should live your life. If you follow each and every one, your life will become easier, more fabulous, more rewarding. Imagine what a chilled-out and wonderful human being people would think you were if you lived by the simple principle "You can never fail if you never try." Your wasted life would be an inspiration to others. Think of all the pointless, unhappy striving you could simply give up. Throw away that guitar! Give up on your dreams! Embrace your astounding mediocrity. This Book Loves You has something for everyone--or at least everyone willing to give up and stop caring. If all else fails, remember: "Don’t be yourself. Be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza."


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This Book Loves You by PewDiePie is a collection of beautifully illustrated inspirational sayings by which you should live your life. If you follow each and every one, your life will become easier, more fabulous, more rewarding. Imagine what a chilled-out and wonderful human being people would think you were if you lived by the simple principle "You can never fail if you This Book Loves You by PewDiePie is a collection of beautifully illustrated inspirational sayings by which you should live your life. If you follow each and every one, your life will become easier, more fabulous, more rewarding. Imagine what a chilled-out and wonderful human being people would think you were if you lived by the simple principle "You can never fail if you never try." Your wasted life would be an inspiration to others. Think of all the pointless, unhappy striving you could simply give up. Throw away that guitar! Give up on your dreams! Embrace your astounding mediocrity. This Book Loves You has something for everyone--or at least everyone willing to give up and stop caring. If all else fails, remember: "Don’t be yourself. Be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza."

30 review for This Book Loves You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    This is the most expensive toilet paper I've ever seen. This is the most expensive toilet paper I've ever seen.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pasha Babayev

    Lives will change. Hairs will stand. Ovaries will burst open. Awkward liquids will flow. Are you ready? YES MY BODY IS READY UPD: I know if I ever read this, I most probably give it a low rating. I am a bro, but this... this is not a book. I just can't help my mind from going "he did this for money". Lives will change. Hairs will stand. Ovaries will burst open. Awkward liquids will flow. Are you ready? YES MY BODY IS READY UPD: I know if I ever read this, I most probably give it a low rating. I am a bro, but this... this is not a book. I just can't help my mind from going "he did this for money".

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This was so dumb. I absolutely love it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pinky

    Before I start this review, I just want to say that I am a huge fan of Pewdiepie, I watch all of his videos and I think he is hilarious. I consider myself a bro and although I didn't enjoy this book, I still like Pewdiepie. Whenever people ask me about who I watch on Youtube, I always mention Pewdiepie. Everyone is usually shocked or smile like I just said a joke because they never knew I would watch a gamer. But why wouldn't I watch Pewdiepie? He is hilarious, and play fun games while making f Before I start this review, I just want to say that I am a huge fan of Pewdiepie, I watch all of his videos and I think he is hilarious. I consider myself a bro and although I didn't enjoy this book, I still like Pewdiepie. Whenever people ask me about who I watch on Youtube, I always mention Pewdiepie. Everyone is usually shocked or smile like I just said a joke because they never knew I would watch a gamer. But why wouldn't I watch Pewdiepie? He is hilarious, and play fun games while making funny nicknames. So if you are a bro, and you are reading this review and are really offended by what I say in this review, I apologize, but this review has all of my opinions on this book and if you won't like a negative review, I suggest that you leave because I don't want to ruin the book for you. “Money can't buy you happiness but it buys you all the things you don't have, even friends.” It's not that I hated this book or anything, it's just that I expected more. I thought it would be a lot more funny but it was kinda funny. I mean, some of the quotes were things that I didn't thing were funny, (Most of them). And the funny ones only got me to chuckle, while in videos, Pewdiepie makes me laugh a ton. Some of the quotes were things that I could agree on while others were things that I couldn't understand. Like the Stilts quote... “Don't be yourself, be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza.” I bought this book and it cost about $20 and I thought that this book was so overpriced because of the fact that it wasn't hardcover. I am a really cheap person and I have no shame in saying that. Most of the kids at my school like to pay a bunch of money for the most expensive things while I like to bargain and use coupons. People who are like me in my school are embarrassed in being cheap. I am really open about it and whenever people ask me about how much a certain thing is, I tell them because they can buy things for cheap prices. Anyway, Pewdiepie's book was sooooo much money and it was something that was so over-hyped and I read it at home in 10 minutes and was so disappointed. My mom was really upset and I found the receipt for the book and returned it. Then I bought mysef the boxed set of the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Hardcover for only $30. AND THIS WAS THREE HARDCOVER BOOKS! AWESOME DEAL RIGHT? And I was happy with what I got and although I love Pewdiepie and his videos, I wished that his book had more funny quotes. “Don't be something you're not. Unless you can be a fabulous unicorn. Always be a fabulous unicorn.” Sometimes I felt like I read a quote from the book in real life already. For example, there is a really funny guy named Pakalu Papito on twitter whose tweets are hilarious and one of his tweets was "how can u face ur problem if ur problem is ur face." And then I read it in Pewdiepie's book and I am like, does he know this is already used? I mean his quote is a little different because he ends his quote with, then you need a surgery, but either way, I was kind of disappointed again. Another quote was the unicorn quote, which is currently on two of my shirts that I owned for almost 4 years. The only difference between the quotes is the word fabulous. Other than that, the quotes are exactly the same. And I was so upset because I expected more. I am sorry, I really wanted to like this book. But anyway, I just want to say that I am always a bro even though I was really disappointed with this book. I still watch Pewdiepie's videos and I still enjoy all of his character names and phrases. I wish this book could have been better. I recommend this to bros who watch Pewdiepie, maybe I don't have a good sense of humor. Maybe that's why I didn't laugh at things that were supposed to be funny. To all you bros out in the world, brofist!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maria Kaye

    Half of me thinks that this is going to be serious deep quotes and the other half of me thinks it's all going to be sarcastic HAHAHAHAHA. Anyway, it's going to be fabulous. Half of me thinks that this is going to be serious deep quotes and the other half of me thinks it's all going to be sarcastic HAHAHAHAHA. Anyway, it's going to be fabulous.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    DISCLAIMER: I feel like a blasphemer for writing this review because Pewdiepie has SO many dedicated fans, myself included, and I worry that I'll get blasted for this. But I just have to.I mean no disrespect whatsoever to the readers that enjoyed this book- I'm glad that you did. IT'S JUST AN OPINION pleasedon'thurtme. I've always loved Pewdiepie's videos, I still do. I wasn't expecting this book to be anything more than a coffee table book, but I really wasn't expecting it to be as terrible as i DISCLAIMER: I feel like a blasphemer for writing this review because Pewdiepie has SO many dedicated fans, myself included, and I worry that I'll get blasted for this. But I just have to.I mean no disrespect whatsoever to the readers that enjoyed this book- I'm glad that you did. IT'S JUST AN OPINION pleasedon'thurtme. I've always loved Pewdiepie's videos, I still do. I wasn't expecting this book to be anything more than a coffee table book, but I really wasn't expecting it to be as terrible as it was. The premise is that it's full of quotes that are basically the opposite of all the sugar-coated, encouraging quotes that are spewed all over social media these days. However, they're not even witty. They're simply dumb (that really is the best word to describe it). There are even a couple offensive pages that poke fun at things such as body image, religion, and even suicide, which is NEVER a joke-appropriate topic. It's a shame, because the pages are nice to look at with all the interesting photos and graphics. It's not that I don't appreciate rude humor, because I absolutely do, but it just wasn't humorous. Everyone says it's funnier if you regularly watch his videos (which I do) and if you read it as if he were saying it (which I did) but it still disappointed me. I will continue to watch his videos and love them all the same, but this book is nothing more than another drop in the bucket for Pewdiepie the millionaire. (However, if you'd like to check it out for yourself, it only takes about 15 minutes to read through the whole thing.)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Alright look I don't really know who this guy is. I'm vaguely aware of him the way I'm vaguely aware of things like the Paleo diet. Like I know they're both things in the world that other people think are amazing but I have no idea how they work or why you'd want to spend time on them. So I guess this jackass makes Youtube videos of himself playing video games? And people watch that? And he was racist that one time? And somehow he made 3.5 million dollars last year? Excuse me for a minute it turn Alright look I don't really know who this guy is. I'm vaguely aware of him the way I'm vaguely aware of things like the Paleo diet. Like I know they're both things in the world that other people think are amazing but I have no idea how they work or why you'd want to spend time on them. So I guess this jackass makes Youtube videos of himself playing video games? And people watch that? And he was racist that one time? And somehow he made 3.5 million dollars last year? Excuse me for a minute it turns out if you bang your head against your desk more than five times in a row you probably ought to have an ice pack handy. ... Okay right so this book happened and a formerly reputable publisher put it out into the world and should just be so very ashamed of themselves. I had to spend way more time then I wanted with this just trying to figure out what its even supposed to be about and I'm still not entirely sure but damned if it didn't make me really goddamn angry! I think it is supposed to be charmingly ironic? Possibly its a very deep social commentary that I'm just not psychologically advanced enough to comprehend. There's also a chance that this dipshit yelled a bunch of random words at his publicity team, took some shitty photos of himself that an even stupider moron went at it like an art school drop out expressing his angst through MS Paint then stapled it all together and threw it at his agent while drooling out "LOOK!!!! ME MAKE BOOOOOOKKKKK!!!!" But hey what do I know? 1.) This is NOT a book. I mean yes physically it resembles one but that's where the resemblance ends. Books at least suggest something of substance that can be read and thought about and in some cases learned from. This is a money making scheme created by a moron. 2.) The premise (and dear god do I use that word as loosely as possible) is (according to the intro which is the only moderately cogent part of this thing) informs the reader that we as a society put way too much stock in motivational "quotes" we find on the internet. We are obsessed with these things apparently and we are total idiots as a result. Fortunately this genius is here to set us straight with a series of...I don't know...words and pictures that I think he thinks are a play on motivational posters/memes? There's a few key reasons #2 is especially problematic. First of all who the hell cares about this? We've been mocking motivational nonsense for years. This isn't some like previously untapped comedic gold mine this asshat has discovered. We're not all standing around the proverbial water cooler going "ha ha ha what about that motivational "hang in there" cat poster on the bosses wall? Golly I wish someone would write an entire book about how dumb that old thing is!" Second even if this is supposed to be skewering some nonexistent world wide social obsession it doesn't do that. I mean wouldn't it make sense to at least make fun of ACTUAL quotes? It wouldn't be less stupid as a concept or more relevant but it might at least makes some sort of sense! All shit for brains here does is throw out sentences he thinks sort of sound like inspirational things people might say then he throws a bizarre non sequitur in at the end because that's so funny and clever. Then he slaps on a photo of himself dressed as a frankly offensive caricature of the Dalai Lama or in something that approximates drag if you were both blind and abjectly stupid and calls it a day. Here are some...QUOTES! If you're round you might not be in shape but at least you are a shape! okkkaaayyy? Don't sell yourself short! Unless you need quick money. Hey I'm not judging. Wait what? What the hell does that even mean? If life sucks get a straw and show life who's boss I don't even know anymore. Also and wwwwaaayyyyyyy more problematic? ALL this book is saying, its ENTIRE message is if you have some quote you admire or that makes you feel good you're an asshole who should go kill themselves. I'm not making that up. That is the message of this book. You like quotes? Go kill yourself because no one loves you and you should just give up now. You think I'm exaggerating don't you? Wanna see some more....quotes? Without winter you can't fully appreciate the beauty of summer! Without you, I can appreciate so many things. If life doesn't go right take a left....off a cliff Dying is also great for the environment I was THRILLED to discover that this oxygen wasting bastard's primary demographic is 13 to 17 year old boys because they don't have nearly enough misogynistic, hate filled, self esteem skewering "entertainment" directed at them already. I've wasted way too much time on this already so here are a few final thoughts. There's nothing wrong with liking inspirational quotes or admiring quotes from famous or memorable works. The idea that you're a moron because you like to think of a particular passage from a book or a film and you want to share that is the kind of thing someone who doesn't read books or watch films writes an entire book about to make himself feel edgy and generate a shit ton of revenue from his fans just because his name is on it. Look I don't have a problem with writing to make money. I've done it, I hope to do it again very soon. I don't even have a problem with taking advantage of your shot at fame and fortune and milking it for every drop (I'm looking at you before you got weird and all "I'm a screenwriter!" E.L. James!). But all I can think about right now are my sons. I keep thinking about them watching this guy or other guys like him and idolizing him the way kids do, the way I did with people like David Bowie or The Cure, emulating them, talking about them all the time, looking to them for clues about how to live my life or express myself. I think about them and then I think about this book and I get fucking scared. Because this guy doesn't care. He doesn't care about how influential he is, how long is reach is, how many people listen to what he says and take it seriously. So he does things like without a second thought except for how much money it will make or how many more viewers it will give him. And we let him do it. So he makes this book and we put it on the library shelf or our kids buy it in the bookstores and yeah maybe it doesn't do any real harm but it does cut just a little more innocence and trust in the world away. It nibbles at their confidence in themselves, in their ability to trust their own judgment, to feel inspiration or hope or happiness from something they've seen or read. Because some asshole on the internet told them its dumb to think that. Seriously, fuck this guy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ylenia

    no...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Soplada

    Shockingly true, sarcastically exaggerating!

  10. 5 out of 5

    SARA ABUDAHAB

    even though I liked none of the quotes but the content is so colorful and artistic :D

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emelie Johansson

    I really liked this book. I saw it in a store today and thought that it seemed like a fun and fast read. Which it was. I really like the messing with quotes and messages, they where really fun and relatable. Read this super fast and really enjoyed it. Never watched PewDiePie' videos before, but I really liked the book anyway. I really liked this book. I saw it in a store today and thought that it seemed like a fun and fast read. Which it was. I really like the messing with quotes and messages, they where really fun and relatable. Read this super fast and really enjoyed it. Never watched PewDiePie' videos before, but I really liked the book anyway.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Fiqa

    ???????????????????????????? I'm sorry to those who preorder this book online and disappointed by this. word of advice to those who wanna read this oh-so badly-- spend 5 minutes to read this at a bookstore instead. Pewds, i am so disappointed with you (but not really). ???????????????????????????? I'm sorry to those who preorder this book online and disappointed by this. word of advice to those who wanna read this oh-so badly-- spend 5 minutes to read this at a bookstore instead. Pewds, i am so disappointed with you (but not really).

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Sarcastic, mindless humor... weird art, photos and random stuff... "Don't be yourself. Be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza." Can't argue with that! Sarcastic, mindless humor... weird art, photos and random stuff... "Don't be yourself. Be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza." Can't argue with that!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Prashasti

    PewDiePie is cute but what the DUCK is this book?!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Salima Bensalah

    I read this book in about ten minutes. This Book Loves You is a satire on the overused motivational quotes that surround us on social media. While I liked the premise of the book, I didn't find the majority of the wit particularly amusing. However, the pictures were nice. I read this book in about ten minutes. This Book Loves You is a satire on the overused motivational quotes that surround us on social media. While I liked the premise of the book, I didn't find the majority of the wit particularly amusing. However, the pictures were nice.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Skarekrow

    The world isn't ready for such wisdom. This book is such an absolute masterpiece and an all time classic that life imitates it. The world isn't ready for such wisdom. This book is such an absolute masterpiece and an all time classic that life imitates it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Curie

    "Never give up unless you've tried at least 3 times, cos then it's just impossible" This book is a silly and pretty pointless collection of quotes by PewDiePie, a Swedish web-based comedian and video producer. I don't really spend time on Youtube, but once in a while I will come across one of his videos and whenever I do, I've got to admit that as somebody who's into gaming herself I consider them pretty entertaining. There's a short introduction in which he explains how he "never truly under "Never give up unless you've tried at least 3 times, cos then it's just impossible" This book is a silly and pretty pointless collection of quotes by PewDiePie, a Swedish web-based comedian and video producer. I don't really spend time on Youtube, but once in a while I will come across one of his videos and whenever I do, I've got to admit that as somebody who's into gaming herself I consider them pretty entertaining. There's a short introduction in which he explains how he "never truly understood the purpose of quotes" and decided to fill a book with his "pearls of wisdom" for a laugh. And that's exactly what it is: a picture book full of, mostly ironic, phrases, which make fun of those usual graphics of so-called inspirational quotes. If you're a fan of PewDiePie, you might have a good time reading this. There are a few inside jokes, which only his following will understand (such as the mentioning of Edgar and just loads of ducks) and the book itself has this subtle aftertaste of something that's been published to make money, but as this read took me less then quarter of an hour I'm not even complaining. It's definitely nothing I'd recommend or buy a hard copy of, though.

  18. 5 out of 5

    ink

    i just love pewds :(

  19. 5 out of 5

    Antonios

    This sucks, but it's Pewdiepie so It's also exactly what I excepted it to be and I wasn't disappointed. This sucks, but it's Pewdiepie so It's also exactly what I excepted it to be and I wasn't disappointed.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Syed Muhammad Danial

    I love Pewdiepie, but it seems that this book is not that entertaining than Pew's videos. Full of images and Pew's quotes I love Pewdiepie, but it seems that this book is not that entertaining than Pew's videos. Full of images and Pew's quotes

  21. 5 out of 5

    Искра

    "If you can't beat them, there's still a good chance to annoy them." P.S. Always be pizza. "If you can't beat them, there's still a good chance to annoy them." P.S. Always be pizza.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rashika (is tired)

    I found bits of the book funny but I just cannot take it seriously. I know it's not meant to be taken seriously but I CANNOT TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AS A BOOK. It's just a bunch of occasionally funny quotes and pictures. OOPS. I found bits of the book funny but I just cannot take it seriously. I know it's not meant to be taken seriously but I CANNOT TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AS A BOOK. It's just a bunch of occasionally funny quotes and pictures. OOPS.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    I regret reading this book. They are just pointless sayings that I think are suppose to be funny.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Gerritsen

    Well that was a waste of my time and $15.00. Plus, what a waste of a 'book'. Well that was a waste of my time and $15.00. Plus, what a waste of a 'book'.

  25. 4 out of 5

    readsandteas

    Not gonna rate this one... some of the quotes & jokes were funny, some of them were not. It was ok, tho.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Irina

    A 5-minute book. So glad I didn't spend any money on it. The pictures were ok. The sayings well... they were what they were and I'm gonna leave it at that. A 5-minute book. So glad I didn't spend any money on it. The pictures were ok. The sayings well... they were what they were and I'm gonna leave it at that.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    Ah Pewds. You blonde-haired, blue-eyed Scandinavian Aryan lunkhead, you. I'll admit, as the oldest member of the Bro-fist army of 9-year-olds, I wasn't there in the beginning when you were just one of countless gamers making low-effort content on Youtube, reacting to game play mainly by shouting and screaming like an idiot. But some time in 2014 I became aware of you, and by 2015 I was watching. And, I've been watching, on and off, ever since, as your content evolved from game reaction to Youtube Ah Pewds. You blonde-haired, blue-eyed Scandinavian Aryan lunkhead, you. I'll admit, as the oldest member of the Bro-fist army of 9-year-olds, I wasn't there in the beginning when you were just one of countless gamers making low-effort content on Youtube, reacting to game play mainly by shouting and screaming like an idiot. But some time in 2014 I became aware of you, and by 2015 I was watching. And, I've been watching, on and off, ever since, as your content evolved from game reaction to Youtuber drama, meme commentary, and unsubtle satire and parody. You truly were in the right place at the right time -- a new kind of celebrity, and you made it not on a surfeit of talent, per se, but on personality; you had a manner that was disarmingly charming and accessible; you really came off as everyone's hometown bro. Some people have tried to bring you down, sometimes with valid criticisms and sometimes with ones that are by any standard a stretch, but we stood there with you through it all. We knew you were trying to make satirical points by being transgressive, not malicious in intent, but today's navel-gazing culture just can't hang. Through it all, we laughed at your My New Car parody video of materialistic Youtubers; clung in suspense with your epic gameplay of The Last Guardian, guffawed as you blundered your way through Happy Wheels, cried when you and Marzia finally said "yes" to marriage, sang along with your diss track "Bitch Lasagna" against sub challenger, T Series, groaned at the memes on LWIAY, died laughing at the Big Chungus memes and the "but can you do this" chair meme, activated our sock accounts and sub bots to help you beat T Series, applauded your hilarious takedowns of Youtube's clueless annual Rewind videos that always seem to conveniently deny the existence of the platform's biggest star, cringed alongside you when the Fiverr guys actually did what they did for money, and endured the overarching fallout from it. True to form, you kept goading and prodding the mainstream media, sometimes deftly and sometimes not. And then there's this book. This money grab. I really don't know what to say about it. As a money grab, it's maybe not as bad as your PewDiePie phone-app game that your rival, KSI, hilariously lambasted. Nonetheless, it's as bad a book as has ever existed. Low effort, repetitive, expending what little text it has on the same idea: taking ostensibly life-affirming-style quotations and observations and ending them with cynical punchlines, page after page. It's a bit of an embarrassment, really. You cringe, you lose. I guess I lost. -eg/kr 2019

  28. 5 out of 5

    ❀ Sabina

    "This Book Loves You" by PewDiePie Read: June 3, 2016 June 20, 2016 This book, or a collection of memes put together, is part of the charisma of Pewdiepie. If you don't like his sense of humor or aren't too sure about yourself, this one's not for you. I used to be a fan of Pewdiepie, but I outgrew it. Immature, no plot, uncreative, not my cup of tea, and a lot of other not so inspiring words. It was a waste of time, but I can still see the allure for others. "This Book Loves You" by PewDiePie Read: June 3, 2016 June 20, 2016 This book, or a collection of memes put together, is part of the charisma of Pewdiepie. If you don't like his sense of humor or aren't too sure about yourself, this one's not for you. I used to be a fan of Pewdiepie, but I outgrew it. Immature, no plot, uncreative, not my cup of tea, and a lot of other not so inspiring words. It was a waste of time, but I can still see the allure for others.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alissa

    The book was HILARIOUS!!! Even though I really loved it, I thought it was like the opposite of "365 Days Of Wonder," by R.J. Palacio. I think the meaning of the quotes was supposed to be inspirational but it was worded with a bit of a twist by PewDiePie. Although some of the sayings and quotes were inappropriate, I still really enjoined the book. I would recconmmend this book to anyone who loves humorous quotes The book was HILARIOUS!!! Even though I really loved it, I thought it was like the opposite of "365 Days Of Wonder," by R.J. Palacio. I think the meaning of the quotes was supposed to be inspirational but it was worded with a bit of a twist by PewDiePie. Although some of the sayings and quotes were inappropriate, I still really enjoined the book. I would recconmmend this book to anyone who loves humorous quotes

  30. 4 out of 5

    💮Geraldine💮

    This book is all about common sense. The quotes are supposed to be inspirational, but really they're just common sense. Mixed with the occasional pictures of Pewdiepie. Maybe I'm just missing the humor in all of it. This book is all about common sense. The quotes are supposed to be inspirational, but really they're just common sense. Mixed with the occasional pictures of Pewdiepie. Maybe I'm just missing the humor in all of it.

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