I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoy reading Adam Ellis’s comics on Instagram. They always make me smile. I expected to enjoy them in a book format in the same way, but by the time I reached the end, I was left high and dry. Before I could really get into them or enjoy them as much as I wanted to, it was over. I was also surprised at the lack of cohesion between them. Sure, it doesn’t stop them from being incredibly relatable and super easy to read. I just wanted more. However, I did appreciate his humorous approach to talking about mental illness, and I loved the comics about his trip to Japan: the food he ate, his love of the character Gudetama and his ability to procrastinate planning said trip until he was actually in Japan. Even though I didn't love this, I still look forward to his reading work.