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I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York

By Avery Monsen,and Jory John

6 x 6 in; 96 pp;
4-color illustrations throughout
Paperback
May 2011
ISBN 9780811874564
ISBN10 0811874567

SKU# 9780811874564

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Have you ever loved something, but also totally not loved it at the same time?


Would you like to "heart" New York, but you're not quite ready for that kind of commitment?
I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York


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I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York

Have you ever loved something, but also totally not loved it at the same time?
Would you like to "heart" New York, but you're not quite ready for that kind of commitment?
Have you ever had the feeling that other cities probably have pretty good pizza, too?
This light-hearted skewering of the Big Apple sets the record straight with semi-informed opinions, questionable charts, and some slapdash Photoshop work. On a scale from one to spectacular, we give New York a five. And after reading this book, we think you’ll agree! Or whatever.

 

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6 x 6 in; 96 pp;
4-color illustrations throughout
Paperback
May 2011
ISBN 9780811874564
ISBN10 0811874567

Avery Monsen and Jory John are the authors of All My Friends Are Dead. One of them lives in New York.

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Media Reviews

"Calmly punctures the inflated sense of importance in which many New York icons and landmarks are held."—Wall Street Journal

"Sophomoric"— New York Times