13. “Barrel Fever,” David Sedaris

This book really isn’t ha-ha funny like “Dress your Family in Corduroy and Denim” or “Me Talk Pretty One Day,” but it’s not bad. Many of the stories are sort of sad, fueled by alcohol and outsiderism, and they have the humor that comes along with self-hatred.

It was exactly the right length for my commute. Each story was just about one ride in, and I like that.

Page count: 208
Page total: 3,513

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