A series of David Sedaris collection of essays that becomes a 'chronological memoir' according to New York Times. Divided into two sections – one involving his life before, the other’s after he moved to Normandy, the book is filled with stories that reminisce his childhood, when he had to go to a speech therapist growing up, and the excitement he had moving to France with his boyfriend and face the difficult challenge as the French decided "to ignore our (America) self-claimerd superiority, and this is translated as arrogance."
He bring the best out of the seemingly unenjoyable situation that his life has offered, and put it out for our treat. Perhaps maybe, just maybe, you'd find the goodies out of that thing in life you've been trying so hard to ignore.
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