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Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh - hardcvr
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Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh - hardcvr

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Hardcover format.  The book you've all been waiting for!

INSTANT #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

 For the first time in seven years, Allie Brosh--beloved author and artist of the extraordinary #1 New York Times bestseller Hyperbole and a Half--returns with a new collection of comedic, autobiographical, and illustrated essays.

 Solutions and Other Problems includes humorous stories from Allie Brosh's childhood; the adventures of her very bad animals; merciless dissection of her own character flaws; incisive essays on grief, loneliness, and powerlessness; as well as reflections on the absurdity of modern life.

 This full-color, beautifully illustrated edition features all-new material with more than 1,600 pieces of art. Solutions and Other Problems marks the return of a beloved American humorist who has "the observational skills of a scientist, the creativity of an artist, and the wit of a comedian" (Bill Gates).

 Praise for Allie Brosh's Hyperbole and a Half:
"Imagine if David Sedaris could draw....Enchanting." --People
"One of the best things I've ever read in my life." --Marc Maron
"Will make you laugh until you sob, even when Brosh describes her struggle with depression." --Entertainment Weekly
"I would gladly pay to sit in a room full of people reading this book, merely to share the laughter." --The Philadelphia Inquirer
"In a culture that encourages people to carry mental illness as a secret burden....Brosh's bracing honesty is a gift." --Chicago Tribune