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Cating and deliciously frank remembrance of exercise failures finding out he is part Neanderthal and almost throwing down with fellow author Tucker MaxMichael Ian Black may not have the perfect body Or be the perfect father Or husband Or son But you will laugh as you recognize yourself in his attempts to do better And inevitably falling short You’ll laugh you’ll cry you’ll call your mom. Anyone who knows me will understand how weird it is that Michael Ian Black is one of my favorite authors I have not watched T

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Navel Gazing True Tales of Bodies Mostly Mine But Also My Mom's Which I Know Sounds Weird

Dical diagnosis Michael begins a laugh out loud examination of health happiness and the human body from the perspective of a settled and sedentary husband and father of two With the trademark wit that has made Michael’s other books popular favorites Navel Gazing is a heartfelt and poignant memoir about coming to terms with growing older and the inevitability of death It is also a self depre. It s nice to read one of your all time favorite comedian s take on serious matters about health and family Being able to have

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New York Times bestselling author and stand up comedian Michael Ian Black author of A Child’s First Book of Trump delivers a “memorable and funny” Kirkus Reviews memoir about confronting his genetic legacy as he hits his fortiesBlack pulls no punches in this hilariously honest memoir a follow up to the acclaimed You’re Not Doing It Right When Michael’s mother receives a harrowing me. My husband and I listened to this one together and it was unfortunately relatable Anyhow we both laughed our way through it


10 thoughts on “Navel Gazing True Tales of Bodies Mostly Mine But Also My Mom's Which I Know Sounds Weird

  1. says:

    My husband and I listened to this one together and it was unfortunately relatable Anyhow we both laughed our way through it

  2. says:

    I received a copy of this from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewIf you need a reminder that comics and actors are just normal people you should read Michael Ian Black's latest memoir Navel Gazing Apparen

  3. says:

    I love Michael Ian Black he's been part of my life since I was a kid it's kind of crazy This book was fun and real very enj

  4. says:

    One of my favorite genres is people laugh at terrible things that happened It's certainly how I deal with tragedy

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    This is the first of Michael Ian Black's that I have read In fact I didn't even know he had written others until they were mentioned in this book but I'm a big fan of his television work so when I had the chance to read an early review copy of this book I jumped at the opportunity I wouldn't say this is anywhere close to the best book I've ever read but I have to commend it for being one of those books that feels like you're having a con

  6. says:

    It's nice to read one of your all time favorite comedian's take on serious matters about health and family Being able to have a laugh at your ow

  7. says:

    35 starsI was diagnosed with asthma when I was 12 I started losing my hair in my 20s I’ve dealt with body dysmorphia for much of my life and

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    Michael Ian Black is pretty much a comedic genius He isn’t ‘in your face’ and displays a subtle sarcastic cynical sometimes dark but ve

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    Anyone who knows me will understand how weird it is that Michael Ian Black is one of my favorite authors I have n

  10. says:

    I'm not a book reader generally But I've been a fan of Michael Ian Black since I first saw him on Viva Variety back in the 90's and his previous book You're Not Doing It Right was a good readI can honestly say that Navel Gazing is one of the best books I've read in a very very long time A lot of this has to do with the number of striking parallels between Black's life and thoughts and my own Not our upbringing

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