Adulthood is a Myth: A Sarah's Scribbles Collection - Sarah Andersen

I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

When I saw this book on Netgalley, I just knew I had to have it. I already read Sarah Andersen’s comics on Twitter, and love those, so I knew I would love this book as well. And I did! A lot!

Quite a few of these comics were ones that I already knew from online, though I was still delighted to see them presented in this book. There are several new comics (or maybe I forgot about them, or maybe they didn’t stand out), and I really enjoyed those.

The thing with her comics are that they are quite recognizable. Stuff about books, about studying, about friendship, there are many topics and so many are things that made me go; “OHhhh, I know this!” I love it when that happens in books or comics, it makes them even better and even more fun or interesting.

I loved the little bunny who at times did comment on Sarah’s actions, for instance with the buying something, he was trying to get to not buy something, but she ended up buying it anyway.

The artstyle is pretty fun, it really fits the tone in the comics. It was also this style that got me to start reading her comics in the first place. They really stand out, in a good way!

Would I recommend this book? Yes. You will laugh, shout (in recognition), and you will be showing it to friends and family.

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