Dear Like, We Need To Talk, Darth: A Review


We all know how Darth Vader shared his big secret with Luke Skywalker, but what if he had delivered the news in a handwritten note instead? And what if someone found that letter, as well as all of the drafts that landed in the Dark Lord’s trash can? In the riotously funny collection Dear Luke, We Need to Talk. Darth, John Moe finally reveals these lost notes alongside all the imagined letters, e-mails, text messages, and other correspondences your favorite pop culture icons never meant for you to see.
 
From The Walking Dead to The Wizard of Oz, from Billy Joel to Breaking Bad, no reference escapes Moe’s imaginative wit and keen sense of nostalgia. Read Captain James T. Kirk’s lost log entries and Yelp reviews of The Bates Motel and Cheers. Peruse top secret British intelligence files revealing the fates of Agents 001–006, or Don Draper’s cocktail recipe cards. Learn all of Jay-Z’s 99 problems, as well as the complete rules of Fight Club, and then discover an all-points bulletin concerning Bon Jovi, wanted dead or alive—and much more.
 
Like a like a bonus track to a favorite CD or a deleted scene from a cult movie, Dear Luke, We Need to Talk Darth offer a fresh twist on the pop culture classics we thought we knew by heart. You already know part of their story. Now find out the rest.

A book that told about characters and other things back story? Count me in. I loved the thought of this book. Some of the stories I thought were hilarious, right off the bat started with the shark of Jaws keeping a journal. It shows what he was up to before the first Jaws movie. It was hilarious. I must say most of this book was in this very sarcastic violent sort of humor and it got pretty old.

The style of this book was really cool. Letters, Welp (Yelp) hotel and restaurant reviews. It was exciting to see which character would come next, and what style it was in. I think for me that, that was the very high point for me. So for the most part I really enjoyed but it could get a little dry and felt the same just with a different character name slapped on it. Other then that it was definitely funny and creative.

If you Interest in reading Dear Like, We Need To Talk, Darth or anything written by John Moe you can visit his site at http://www.witsradio.org/ And read a preview for the book. 




I received this book from Blogging For Books for free for my review. 

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