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Publisher Description

Adam Ellis knew it was time to leave art school when a fellow student presented her final project to the class: "I put a condom on the Virgin Mary," she announced, unveiling a cheap figurine sheathed in latex. The professor loved it.

Baffled by the praise his classmate receives, and intent on becoming an artist on his own terms, Adam plots his escape to Portland, Oregon to begin his life in the real world--only to realize that adulthood is a lot harder than it looks.

Based on the blog of the same name, BOOKS OF ADAM details Adam's hilarious trials and tribulations in his attempt to become a functioning member of society. From his arrest after shoplifting a bottle of chocolate milk to a misguided attempt to make friends that lands him in a shack with a hippie couple who have just skinned a rabbit and are trying to entice him into a three-some, Adam is an amicable guy who can't seem to keep himself out of trouble.

Paired with his signature black and white illustrations, Adam's stories weave together an uproariously funny and ultimately charming narrative about a young man trying to find his place in the world.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2013
July 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
256
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grand Central Publishing
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
11.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Jtait97 ,

Absolutely Hilarious!

I read this book on a long bus trip after following the blog since the beginning. Adam is a great story and this book will have you laughing out loud.

The number two ,

Loved it

I definitely enjoyed the book. I briefly perused through the online series before I decided to read the book. Makes me want to go back to the comics to read more! I enjoyed the writing. Very clever, and simple. As an artist I LOVED his animations. Good stuff. \_(^~^)_\ BOSS

Bacasey ,

Entertaining and captivating

Adam Ellis has a penchant for comedy. The situations in his blog and in this book are unique and he finds the ridiculous in every situation. Not only is this book a great read for the comedic stories and clever, hilarious cartoons, but it also provides some of Ellis's own personal wisdom for any meandering young person. I enjoyed it immensely and look forward to reading more from him in the future.

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