So I was introduced to Mamrie Hart by way of "@Midnight", after which we tracked down “Hey USA” online, and have added “Camp Takota” to our Netflix watchlist. Which I guess means I’m probably not anywhere near a Mamrie Hart superfan, but I really do love her on what I’ve seen of her, so I thought getting this book through the Early Readers program would be fun.
I’d say this book is pitch perfect written by that best friend of yours that completely overshares, but you still love her for it. I laughed very much out loud at several moments (the BF has to check in from the living room one time, when I was reading in bed and laughed so loud he heard me). It’s absolutely all kinds of wrong, which probably makes it even better in the long run. I’m not sure I’d recommend it to anyone without steering them to Youtube first, but if you’re a woman who went to college in the 2000s (or the 1990s, like I did), you’ll definitely be able to identify with at least some of the situations in this book.