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Solutions and Other Problems Epub Ç Solutions and For the first time in seven years, Allie Brosh—beloved author and artist of the extraordinaryNew York Times bestseller Hyperbole and a Half—returns with a new collection of comedic, autobiographical, and illustrated essaysSolutions 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 lifeThis fullcolor, beautifully illustrated edition features allnew material with than , 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“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

10 thoughts on “Solutions and Other Problems

  1. karen karen says:

    Sometimes all you can really do is keep moving and hope you end up somewhere that makes sense.

    no spoilers, but since everyone wants to know—was this book worth waiting more than five years for?


    it is bigger, funnier, sadder and—for those of you hoping—it does have more dumb dogs:

  2. MLE MLE says:

    How am I just hearing about this?

    Not until next year...


  3. Katiemaye Katiemaye says:

    I really don't understand why people are getting upset about the publish date. I consider her first book one that changed my life. It made me laugh, cry and gave me a better understanding of myself dealing with depression and anxiety. I am just so thankful that she has another one in the works and would happily wait years to experience another one of her pieces.

  4. Jenny Lawson Jenny Lawson says:

    Hysterical. Sad. Poignant. Worth the wait.

  5. [Name Redacted] [Name Redacted] says:

    So apparently in the last three years:
    --Her sister committed suicide.
    --Her marriage ended (she now lives in Denver, he now lives in Seattle).
    --She had a cancer scare.
    --She required major surgery.
    --She has redirected her efforts into public speaking and abandoned her blog.
    --This book has been canceled by the publisher.


  6. Ilana Ilana says:

    A Plea for Compassion
    When I saw this new title by Allie Brosh, I didn't know anything about it and just thought gotta get my hands on that title!. I thought I'd borrow it from the library and obviously hit a wall. Not listed. When I saw Amazon's listed publication date was 2050, I started investigating a little.

    Now I’ve read the following update provided b

  7. Paige Paige says:

    I would wait a thousand years for this book because I know it'll be great, take your time Allie Brosh <3

  8. Tucker (TuckerTheReader) Tucker (TuckerTheReader) says:





    i'm so sad because i freaked the fork out thinking this was a 2020 release but then i read the reviews and realized this will likely never be released :(

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  9. Nenia ⭐️ Queen of Awkward ⭐️ Campbell Nenia ⭐️ Queen of Awkward ⭐️ Campbell says:


    2020 BITCHES

    Not gonna lie, the first book made me feel really, really seen during a period of depression, so I am super super excited for this follow-up because I want to be SEEN again :D

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