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From the creator of Barely Functional Adult, a painfully relatable webcomic with over 125k followers on Instagram, comes a hilariously poignant collection of beautifully illustrated short stories that chronicle the ever-evolving perspectives of your twenties on work, therapy, identity, heartbreak, friendship, and more.  Wielding her trademark balance of artful humor, levity From the creator of Barely Functional Adult, a painfully relatable webcomic with over 125k followers on Instagram, comes a hilariously poignant collection of beautifully illustrated short stories that chronicle the ever-evolving perspectives of your twenties on work, therapy, identity, heartbreak, friendship, and more.  Wielding her trademark balance of artful humor, levity, and heartbreaking introspection, Meichi Ng’s indisputably relatable collection of short stories holds a mirror to our past, present, and future selves. Featuring a swaddled, gender-neutral, Barely Functional Adult as its protagonist, who says all the things we think but cannot say, this book is equal parts humorous and heartbreaking as it spans a spectrum of topics including imposter syndrome, therapy, friendships, first loves, letting go of exes, and just trying to find your purpose in the world. Prepare to excitedly shove this book in your friend’s face with little decorum as you shout, “THIS IS SO US!” In this beautiful, four-color collection compiled completely of never-before-seen content, Meichi perfectly captures the best and worst of us in every short story, allowing us to weep with pleasure at our own fallibility. Hilarious, relatable, and heart-wrenchingly honest, Barely Functional Adult will have you laughing and crying in the same breath, and taking solace in the fact that we’re anything but alone in this world


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From the creator of Barely Functional Adult, a painfully relatable webcomic with over 125k followers on Instagram, comes a hilariously poignant collection of beautifully illustrated short stories that chronicle the ever-evolving perspectives of your twenties on work, therapy, identity, heartbreak, friendship, and more.  Wielding her trademark balance of artful humor, levity From the creator of Barely Functional Adult, a painfully relatable webcomic with over 125k followers on Instagram, comes a hilariously poignant collection of beautifully illustrated short stories that chronicle the ever-evolving perspectives of your twenties on work, therapy, identity, heartbreak, friendship, and more.  Wielding her trademark balance of artful humor, levity, and heartbreaking introspection, Meichi Ng’s indisputably relatable collection of short stories holds a mirror to our past, present, and future selves. Featuring a swaddled, gender-neutral, Barely Functional Adult as its protagonist, who says all the things we think but cannot say, this book is equal parts humorous and heartbreaking as it spans a spectrum of topics including imposter syndrome, therapy, friendships, first loves, letting go of exes, and just trying to find your purpose in the world. Prepare to excitedly shove this book in your friend’s face with little decorum as you shout, “THIS IS SO US!” In this beautiful, four-color collection compiled completely of never-before-seen content, Meichi perfectly captures the best and worst of us in every short story, allowing us to weep with pleasure at our own fallibility. Hilarious, relatable, and heart-wrenchingly honest, Barely Functional Adult will have you laughing and crying in the same breath, and taking solace in the fact that we’re anything but alone in this world

30 review for Barely Functional Adult: It’ll All Make Sense Eventually

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nenia ✨️ Socially Awkward Trash Panda ✨️ Campbell

    I feel personally attacked by this premise

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Lawson

    RELATABLE, Y'ALL. RELATABLE, Y'ALL.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ♠ TABI⁷ ♠

    this cover art character looks like a concept art sketch for Among Us and somehow that really pleases me

  4. 4 out of 5

    Creya

    This book was hilarious! Meichi Ng shares her tales as a kinda sorta / trying my best / WTF am I even doing type of adult. Three words: frog butthole pebbles. I cannot. 😂

  5. 5 out of 5

    destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    This is more of a 3.5, but I couldn't find any good reason to round down to a 3. This isn't what I expected at all, but it's a nice little nonfiction collection of comics and essays. I thought it was going to be exclusively comics and more humor-based, but it's about half comics and half text, and it's a lot more serious than I was anticipating! That said, there are some fun conversations to be had here and a few chapters offer extremely helpful perspectives on things like therapy, mental illnes This is more of a 3.5, but I couldn't find any good reason to round down to a 3. This isn't what I expected at all, but it's a nice little nonfiction collection of comics and essays. I thought it was going to be exclusively comics and more humor-based, but it's about half comics and half text, and it's a lot more serious than I was anticipating! That said, there are some fun conversations to be had here and a few chapters offer extremely helpful perspectives on things like therapy, mental illness, impostor syndrome, and even simply not knowing what you want to do with your life when you feel like you've reached an age where you should have it all together. Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this review copy in exchange for an honest review!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Swati

    Are you going through a particularly anxious period? Worries plaguing your mind, keeping you awake? Or are you simply feeling just a bit extra emotional about everything in life right now? Meichi Ng’s Barely Functional Adult will perhaps give you a few answers. She somehow manages to make you laugh, think, amused, and nod along in heartfelt empathy. You will nod along because her experiences are so unflinchingly honest, so recognisable. Ng talks about dealing with heartbreak, the loss of a pet, Are you going through a particularly anxious period? Worries plaguing your mind, keeping you awake? Or are you simply feeling just a bit extra emotional about everything in life right now? Meichi Ng’s Barely Functional Adult will perhaps give you a few answers. She somehow manages to make you laugh, think, amused, and nod along in heartfelt empathy. You will nod along because her experiences are so unflinchingly honest, so recognisable. Ng talks about dealing with heartbreak, the loss of a pet, getting around to the idea of therapy, getting acquainted with therapy, of letting go, and the importance of “friendships that required little or no maintenance. The kind of friends who if I asked to help bury a dead body, would simply respond, “How many and where?” I loved that Ng took the relatability factor up by several notches with her mostly gender-neutral characters. By making her story and the characters inclusive she makes that arc of oneness stronger. With that she also reinforces the all-important message of being kind to ourselves and of being vulnerable. I procrastinate. I struggle to find a footing in social settings. I had much rather be with a book or with my handful of friends who will help me bury dead bodies. I have been known to suddenly break away in the middle of a conversation to chase a colourful butterfly or a bright ladybug for the perfect click. I feel I don’t fit in to certain things that most people seem to easily do. Essentially, I feel like a barely functional adult many a time. But as Ng says, “in trying to figure out what makes us happy, we're bound to feel a little lost at times. But maybe this sense of feeling lost is necessary. Maybe feeling lost is just the prerequisite of adventure—the first chapter of any good story.” An insightful yet quick read. Highly recommended!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Smitha Murthy

    There are some books I read that make me feel like the author is an old friend of mine. And I would love to give that old friend a hug and pat them on the head. Meichi Ng’s ‘Barely Functional Adult’ is one of those books. This book is so warm and relatable. So honest and endearing. And so achingly funny. I read it on my sister’s tab and it was worth doing so as the colors came alive. The colors that Meichi Ng paints are our colors. All colors of our rainbow-filled life. Aich. This is a beautiful There are some books I read that make me feel like the author is an old friend of mine. And I would love to give that old friend a hug and pat them on the head. Meichi Ng’s ‘Barely Functional Adult’ is one of those books. This book is so warm and relatable. So honest and endearing. And so achingly funny. I read it on my sister’s tab and it was worth doing so as the colors came alive. The colors that Meichi Ng paints are our colors. All colors of our rainbow-filled life. Aich. This is a beautiful book that just touched me. You can’t really go wrong recommending this book. Or reading it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tish

    I really love it when I discover a book that covers major real life events that is relatable and I can easily connect with. Barely Functional Adult by Meichi Ng is a witty and comical novel that is part memoir and part comic strip. It is a collection of illustrated short stories that depict the best and worst of adult life and the joy and fear that we face when learning to navigate it’s difficulties. These laugh out loud illustrations tackles topics such as impostor syndrome, therapy, friendship I really love it when I discover a book that covers major real life events that is relatable and I can easily connect with. Barely Functional Adult by Meichi Ng is a witty and comical novel that is part memoir and part comic strip. It is a collection of illustrated short stories that depict the best and worst of adult life and the joy and fear that we face when learning to navigate it’s difficulties. These laugh out loud illustrations tackles topics such as impostor syndrome, therapy, friendship, letting go of exes, finding your purpose in life, getting older, anxiety, and the stress we encounter in finding the right career. This novel is filled with humor and honesty. It is a reminder that no matter who you are or what struggles you’re dealing with, you are not alone. I am completely in awe of this amazing book. I mean, I literally finished it in one day and cannot stop gushing about it. While reading, I felt like the author and I were the same person. Every chapter was accurate and 100% relatable. There were moments when I had to pause and take in every detail of what I was reading. This book sure as hell hit close to home. It was scary how much of a connection I made with every topic discussed in each chapter. The stories that the author shared are insightful and full of wisdom. The graphic illustrations made the book very enjoyable. From the moment I sat down to read, I knew I was in for an exciting ride. One minute I was laughing so much and the next I was in my feelings. Barely Functional Adult will make you laugh from start to end. You do not want to miss out on this book. Thank you to the publishers for the gifted copy in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Ellison

    My wife received an Advance Readers Copy of this book from the publisher. I stumbled across it sitting on the kitchen table. I flipped it open to see what it was... and I ended up accidentally reading the whole thing. Reading this brought to mind David Sedaris by way of Allie Brosh/Hyperbole and a Half, leaning more toward the latter than the former. I thoroughly enjoyed it and found much that resonated with me. Since I wasn't aware of the author's work previously, I didn't really know what to e My wife received an Advance Readers Copy of this book from the publisher. I stumbled across it sitting on the kitchen table. I flipped it open to see what it was... and I ended up accidentally reading the whole thing. Reading this brought to mind David Sedaris by way of Allie Brosh/Hyperbole and a Half, leaning more toward the latter than the former. I thoroughly enjoyed it and found much that resonated with me. Since I wasn't aware of the author's work previously, I didn't really know what to expect when I started reading; but the prose mixed with/illustrated by comics definitely worked for the stories being told, in my opinion.

  10. 4 out of 5

    shi ❦

    Hey, the release date is actually today. cOinCIDeNCe?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    This one is worth reading when you have nothing better to do or just want to have the company of a human being that is real but in printed format. Yes, I made it sound so horrible just now. But you know what I mean. The author would understand me the most when I say this. So I don't see any issues here. Sorry though for those who still think I write horrible things. Yes, it's people like me who would enjoy books like this. Yes, everyone who can relate to adulting struggles can relate to this coll This one is worth reading when you have nothing better to do or just want to have the company of a human being that is real but in printed format. Yes, I made it sound so horrible just now. But you know what I mean. The author would understand me the most when I say this. So I don't see any issues here. Sorry though for those who still think I write horrible things. Yes, it's people like me who would enjoy books like this. Yes, everyone who can relate to adulting struggles can relate to this collection but us, those who actually cannot move on easily or get attached too easily, can relate more I feel. The entire book is just not comics though I wish it was! There's actual paragraphs of words and sentences. You see, I cannot write normal anymore 🤦 I love how funny the writing is. Depending on the day you read this book, you might appreciate the writing more than the comics or comics more than the former or just both. For me, it happened to be the comics which I feel was too less in the entire book as compared to the writing and I was expecting a whole lotta comic from the artist in this one. So putting aside the heartshattering disappointment, I still felt quite entertained while reading the whole book. This book won't take up much of your time but yes, you will be able to relate to a lot of things in it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sydney

    “Barely Functional Adult” was a nice surprise and turned out to be way more relatable than I thought it would be! This is a humorous memoir with about half graphics/comics and half text about the author’s experience finding her place in the world. It’s a funny and fast read that covers topics such as imposter syndrome, work struggles, and “getting over” people. I gave this one 4.5 stars based mostly on how relatable the topics were and how helpful I found it to read this and know I’m not alone w “Barely Functional Adult” was a nice surprise and turned out to be way more relatable than I thought it would be! This is a humorous memoir with about half graphics/comics and half text about the author’s experience finding her place in the world. It’s a funny and fast read that covers topics such as imposter syndrome, work struggles, and “getting over” people. I gave this one 4.5 stars based mostly on how relatable the topics were and how helpful I found it to read this and know I’m not alone with these struggles! Thank you so much to Harper Perennial for my gifted copy in exchange for an honest review!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vijetha

    Love it! I assumed it would be a collection of funny comics, mostly reposts of what's already seen on social media, but I am happy to report it is not. Definitely recommend reading it. I loved the chapters therapy, oldpocalypse and the finale the grass on the other side the most. She writes about mental health and anxiety in a very part of life way, just how it should be. Love it! I assumed it would be a collection of funny comics, mostly reposts of what's already seen on social media, but I am happy to report it is not. Definitely recommend reading it. I loved the chapters therapy, oldpocalypse and the finale the grass on the other side the most. She writes about mental health and anxiety in a very part of life way, just how it should be.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Vrunda Sharma

    I came to know about this book while scrolling through instagram and saw one of the accounts had posted a review of the book, after which i dove into the book right away. Barely functional adult is the most relatable book one can read. I finished this book in one go and boy was it worth it (quitely shed a tear or two also while reading some chapters). The books appeal lies in its simplicity, the comics that it has and the sheer easiness with which it flows through. Loved how brilliantly written i I came to know about this book while scrolling through instagram and saw one of the accounts had posted a review of the book, after which i dove into the book right away. Barely functional adult is the most relatable book one can read. I finished this book in one go and boy was it worth it (quitely shed a tear or two also while reading some chapters). The books appeal lies in its simplicity, the comics that it has and the sheer easiness with which it flows through. Loved how brilliantly written it is, loved how it has a universal appeal and most of all loved to know that there's someone else who feels the exact same way I do sometimes. I can go on and on about the book but one needs to savour it on their own, connect with it on their own to enjoy it. Its definitely worth the time and comes highly recommended atleast from end.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    If, like me, you’ve been having a hard time finding a book to hold your attention, I highly recommend this one. It’s funny. It’s relatable. It’s honest. It’s a fast read that is a little short story and a little graphic novel. It’s the 2020 read we are all in need of. I received an advanced copy in exchange for my review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elena L.

    [4.5/5 stars] BARELY FUNCTIONAL ADULT by webcomic creator Meichi Ng is a full-color graphic short story collection that explores the best and worst of becoming an adult. With a balance of humorous and truthful parts, this book provides a few perspectives that many readers will relate to. The heartwarming artwork and honest tone made me sympathize with Ng's experiences and even though not every story resonated with me, some segments were deeply relatable. Spanning a range of topics including impost [4.5/5 stars] BARELY FUNCTIONAL ADULT by webcomic creator Meichi Ng is a full-color graphic short story collection that explores the best and worst of becoming an adult. With a balance of humorous and truthful parts, this book provides a few perspectives that many readers will relate to. The heartwarming artwork and honest tone made me sympathize with Ng's experiences and even though not every story resonated with me, some segments were deeply relatable. Spanning a range of topics including imposter syndrome, mental health, therapy, a more responsible (and "monotonous") life that comes with aging, past love relationship, challenges of moving to a new place (friendship insecurities and social anxieties) - I felt attached to the fun conversations and really enjoyed this beautifully illustrated nonfiction. My favorite chapters were "My pet fish" and "Oldpocalypse". This book is lovely in its essence and BARELY FUNCTIONAL ADULT is great for all graphic memoir lovers or those looking for a quick and funny read about adulthood. [ I received a complimentary copy from the publisher - Harper Perennial - in exchange for an honest review ]

  17. 4 out of 5

    Trish (readtmc)

    Thank you #partner @bibliolifestyle @harperperennial for the book and for letting me be part of this book tour! BARELY FUNCTIONAL ADULT is Meichi Ng’s, creator of the @barelyfunctionaladult webcomics, debut collection of illustrated stories. Part personal essays, part metaphor, Ng draws and writes about navigating her adult life like imposter syndrome, therapy, and adult friendships. I wasn't familiar with the webcomics so this book was a delightful surprise! I laughed out loud and felt comforted Thank you #partner @bibliolifestyle @harperperennial for the book and for letting me be part of this book tour! BARELY FUNCTIONAL ADULT is Meichi Ng’s, creator of the @barelyfunctionaladult webcomics, debut collection of illustrated stories. Part personal essays, part metaphor, Ng draws and writes about navigating her adult life like imposter syndrome, therapy, and adult friendships. I wasn't familiar with the webcomics so this book was a delightful surprise! I laughed out loud and felt comforted by Ng’s self-awareness and thoughtful observations. The way she "panic-reads" trying to take in all the information to deal with self doubt is me 100%. Barely Functional Adult is a quick, funny, and relatable read, especially for millennials. But, no matter what stage of adulthood you’re in, as Ng says, “It’s ok not to know things” as we’re all trying to figure out this thing called life.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Գրետա

    I can relax? Who knew it's that simple. :) I love this, it was like a tiny hug that told me "hey. it's ok." I can relax? Who knew it's that simple. :) I love this, it was like a tiny hug that told me "hey. it's ok."

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sabin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I demand that everyone get their very own beach, complete with 68 cows.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Tyler

    Barely Functional Adult: It'll All Make Sense Eventually by Meichi Ng is currently scheduled for release on November 24 2020. This collection of four color, never before seen, short stories holds a mirror to our past, present, and future selves. Featuring a swaddled Barely Functional Adult as its protagonist who says all the things we think but dare not say, this book is equal parts humorous and heartbreaking as it spans a spectrum of topics from impostor syndrome, therapy, friendships, first lo Barely Functional Adult: It'll All Make Sense Eventually by Meichi Ng is currently scheduled for release on November 24 2020. This collection of four color, never before seen, short stories holds a mirror to our past, present, and future selves. Featuring a swaddled Barely Functional Adult as its protagonist who says all the things we think but dare not say, this book is equal parts humorous and heartbreaking as it spans a spectrum of topics from impostor syndrome, therapy, friendships, first loves, letting go of exes, to just trying to find your purpose in the world. Barely Functional Adult had a little more text than I was expecting, but I really enjoyed the read. The illustrations are charming and cute, and I recognized the artist's work as something I have enjoyed in the past. As an introvert that has struggled with some of the same thoughts, I related to the personal narrative. I liked the honesty and frankness of the text, and think that there are a great many people that could relate to the book. We are all just struggling in our own way through life, and seeing that no one choice is perfect, and feelings might be troublesome but most are universal, can make readers feel less alone. Impostor syndrome and not really knowing what we are supposed to be doing are pretty common, and I hate to break it to you- age does not lessen the possibility of these feelings. While this is marketed mainly at readers that share the author's generational labels, I think everyone can find something here to relate to, including middle and high school students. I tell my own kids all the time that the adults they see are faking it just as much as they are- and that reminder that we are all just getting through life a day at a time is good for all of us. I do not mean all that to mean this book is depressing, rather that it foster the knowledge that none of us are alone, and that there is hope and humor to be found in it all.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chandra

    This book is honestly a contender for my favorite of 2020, and it is rare for me to narrow down a favorite. Barley Functional Adult just so happens to speak to exactly where I am in life right now, and it does so with fabulous insight and delightful humor! I took a step back from social work in February (for some context I have an MSW and have been in the social work field for over a decade). Since then I have continually felt lost and unsure of the next steps in my life. Reading a book that ess This book is honestly a contender for my favorite of 2020, and it is rare for me to narrow down a favorite. Barley Functional Adult just so happens to speak to exactly where I am in life right now, and it does so with fabulous insight and delightful humor! I took a step back from social work in February (for some context I have an MSW and have been in the social work field for over a decade). Since then I have continually felt lost and unsure of the next steps in my life. Reading a book that essentially confirmed that I am not alone in this feeling and also that it is OKAY, was exactly what I needed right now. I am so thankful for this book and plan to get myself a physical copy as soon as possible!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Auderoy

    QUOTES: I've always preferred being in the passenger seat of a car... There's comfort in knowing you can be on your way to somewhere good even if you're not always in control of it all. But something tells me that life has a habit of never quite panning out as planned. It's fickle, it's messy, and sometimes there are frog rectal explosions. Because when your first love tells you they love you, there's no reason to doubt it. Maybe therapy isn't about fixing things, but accepting them as they are--bro QUOTES: I've always preferred being in the passenger seat of a car... There's comfort in knowing you can be on your way to somewhere good even if you're not always in control of it all. But something tells me that life has a habit of never quite panning out as planned. It's fickle, it's messy, and sometimes there are frog rectal explosions. Because when your first love tells you they love you, there's no reason to doubt it. Maybe therapy isn't about fixing things, but accepting them as they are--broken and imperfect, sure, but still worthwhile and beautiful in their own strange ways. Complete and utter inadequacy is a humbling experience. I did not much care for it. But maybe this sense of feeling lost is necessary. Maybe feeling lost is what pushes us to keep exploring--it's the ethereal song that awakens our curiosities and drives us to follow cows, discover hidden coves, and find remnants of good in a world that so often feels too dark and broken... Maybe feeling lost is just the prerequisite of adventure--the first chapter of any good story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    I won this book through Goodreads Giveaways. I'm glad that I won this book. It was a fun, quick read that I found far more enjoyable than I had anticipated. The comics were cute additions to the story and I found the whole thing to be very relatable. I hadn't heard of Barely Functional Adult before winning this book and I'm excited to check out the Instagram now. I won this book through Goodreads Giveaways. I'm glad that I won this book. It was a fun, quick read that I found far more enjoyable than I had anticipated. The comics were cute additions to the story and I found the whole thing to be very relatable. I hadn't heard of Barely Functional Adult before winning this book and I'm excited to check out the Instagram now.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tia

    Part comic and part memoir, Barely Functioning Adult is a super relatable book that discusses topics such as break-ups, becoming an adult, imposter syndrome, and making new friends. I thoroughly enjoyed the cute comic drawings and loved the author’s voice. Thank you to Harper Perennial for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dakshata

    Humorous, cute and yet so insightful! Barely Functional Adults talks about self doubt, relationships, growth and even pets by drawing interesting analogies between the author's humorous experiences and obstacles, thus imparting wise lessons without being on the nose about seeking help or realising ones worth. Starting the year on a good note 😊 Humorous, cute and yet so insightful! Barely Functional Adults talks about self doubt, relationships, growth and even pets by drawing interesting analogies between the author's humorous experiences and obstacles, thus imparting wise lessons without being on the nose about seeking help or realising ones worth. Starting the year on a good note 😊

  26. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Barely Functional Adult is so relatable that I feel exposed. Seriously though, Meichi had me laughing out loud with the way she tells stories and the seeming non-sequiturs throughout. If you've ever felt anxious, lost, or broken and dislike the idea of growing up/old then you should read this book, if only to feel you're not alone. There are also words of wisdom and lessons to take away from the stories she tells. Barely Functional Adult is so relatable that I feel exposed. Seriously though, Meichi had me laughing out loud with the way she tells stories and the seeming non-sequiturs throughout. If you've ever felt anxious, lost, or broken and dislike the idea of growing up/old then you should read this book, if only to feel you're not alone. There are also words of wisdom and lessons to take away from the stories she tells.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andréa

    Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ceyda

    This was a very cute and relatable read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Long

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. The beginning of this book didn't really reach my expectations but I kept reading and it definitely got better. Overall, I enjoyed it. While the illustrations were not wonderful, they were okay. I especially liked the chapter on therapy and that this author, like me, does not conform to societal ideas of what successful adulthood is. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. The beginning of this book didn't really reach my expectations but I kept reading and it definitely got better. Overall, I enjoyed it. While the illustrations were not wonderful, they were okay. I especially liked the chapter on therapy and that this author, like me, does not conform to societal ideas of what successful adulthood is.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    I actually don't follow this comic at all but the title of this book was too eye-catching too ignore. This is a collection of essays about Meichi Ng working through different parts of her life, but I thought they were frequently too rambling and long, and often culminated in a "I learned something today" type of conclusion. I think this could have been more rigorously edited to make each story a lot snappier - it's a very long book at about 400 pages (including some comics) - and I feel like it I actually don't follow this comic at all but the title of this book was too eye-catching too ignore. This is a collection of essays about Meichi Ng working through different parts of her life, but I thought they were frequently too rambling and long, and often culminated in a "I learned something today" type of conclusion. I think this could have been more rigorously edited to make each story a lot snappier - it's a very long book at about 400 pages (including some comics) - and I feel like it could be more concise. Still some enjoyable anecdotes.

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