Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir) by Jenny Lawson
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Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir) by Jenny Lawson is a memoir which portrays the life events of the author. The author says that the most of the embarrassing events in our lives which we pretend never happened are the ones which define us in life. The book takes the readers from Lawson’s childhood to her present day. The author describes her childhood memories and events in a simplistic and humorous manner.
The readers will be able to relate to most of her childhood memories. The adventures of Jenny Lawson growing up and the stories involving her father form the highlight of the memoir. Lawson’s father adds more humor and fun to the narrative. He once fired a cannon in his backyard and also scared Lawson and her sister by using a dead squirrel as hand puppet.
She also details out some tragic incidents in her life in a rather easy and simple manner. She discusses her relationship with Victor her husband. Lawson provides stories about her husband and presents to the readers the beautiful relationship she shares with him.
She provides an insight into her confrontation and battle with anxiety in a witty and genuine manner. The author has presented her most difficult moments in life in a stress-free and humorous way to the readers. The stories and the writing in the memoir comes across as real and genuine which the readers will be able to relate to.
Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir) by Jenny Lawson is full of humor and presents the life journey of the author in a witty way. The book provides a genuine and complete picture of who the author is which is the objective of any memoir. The writing style is simple and fluid which will help the readers follow the narrative.
The readers will be able to relate to most of the life events presented by the author. Overall the book is quite funny to read. There are some serious moments presented but the humor cuts across which makes it a light read. This is recommended for readers who follow the author and her blogs.