This intriguing collection of observations is rather like eavesdropping on someone’s inner dialog, it is at once fascinating and hilarious. Sedaris skips through childhood memories replete with the babysitter from hell, dressing for school, Halloween and getting high with the same dexterity he displays when examining adult relationships, the trials of air travel, smoking and so much more. Dry wit cuts to the core of daily life and reveals some uncomfortable truths about how families really work. Anyone familiar with Sedaris’s work will want to add this to their library and for those new to this author, dive in and enjoy. Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.