Naked is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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David Sedaris is an author who was introduced to me by my best friend who gave me a annotated copy of "Me Talk Pretty One Deay" as a birthday gift & since then I've read & re-read everything he's written & wish there was more. Of his books "Naked" is my absolute favorite never before has any author been able to make me laugh out loud, need to smoke a cigarette & cry all in one collection of essays. Sedaris is the greatest writer n humorist of our time & gives such an incredibly personal look into every area of his life like no other author can. I've actually had the opportunity to go to one of his readings & if u ever get the chance I guarantee you will not be disappointed - not only was the lecture/reding hilarious & entertaining but afterwards he took the time to stay & not only sign a book for ea. & every person who was there but interact with & ask everyone questions which I was not expecting.
Interesting for the first ten pages
By xyz 123456
Don't bother....unless you like painfully slow reads about nothing in particular.
I completely loved this book and laughed the whole time!!
I second everything that the previous poster said. I chucked it in the trash after finishing. Complete waste of time.
Reading this narcissistic book was torture. Interesting up until his ticks..that's hilarious. From then on it's all downhill. The book had no point at all other than this gay man's awkwardness and his inability to interact. Serious issues are avoided thuought the book. Complete waste of time.
David Sedaris Naked
By Logan Holloway
Hard to put down, a completely addictive read.
You really get to peek into the lives of a family who is twisted enough to be entertaining but real enough to be reminiscent of your own family...
Great stories! So personal and so well written. And always very funny. Loved it.
Less humorous, but still Sedaris excellent
I got the book thinking it would be laugh out loud funny like Me Talk Pretty One Day. This book still made me laugh, but it is so incredibly personal and revealing that I found myself thinking about passages days after I read them. Highly recommended!