So Sad Today: Personal Essays

Melissa Broder


The story of an obsessive personality that makes one glad not to share similar traits. It's strange how, in someone else's mind, trivial things can assume enormous proportions; amazing how emotions can be felt differently than one would expect; strange that they can be felt in different ways simultaneously. I think this book is best read both as a story of survival – and as a warning in case you meet someone like the author and struggle to connect with them.

Finished on Wed, 27 Apr 2016 00:00:00 -0700.   Rating 2/5.