Hey there, book mongers!
I hope you are well! I was inspired by the idea of laughter this month. It’s one of he best feelings in the world and when a book can get you laughing out loud it’s wonderful! So, I present to you, a list of books that’ll get you laughing.
If not, then at least you have a few to put on your TBR. LOL. Still, having read a couple of these, I definitely recommend them.
Fool, Serpent of Venice, & Shakespeare For Squirrels
Author: Christopher Moore
Nothing busts a gut like a Shakespearian parody. Follow the Fool of King Lear as he tells his tale and then goes onto play a part in Merchant of Venice and then A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Author: Neil Gaiman
When a prophecy for the end of the world threatens to come true, an unlikely pair: a demon and an angel must work together to put a stop to it, though they’re supposed to let it happen.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Author: Douglas Adams
Seconds before earth is obliterated to make room for an interstellar freeway, Arthur Dent is saved by his friend and whisked off on a wild, new life.
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A Man Called Ove
Author: Fredrik Backman
One cranky old neighbor. New neighbors. One flattened mailbox. An unexpected beginning to a friendship that proves sometimes it’s not bitterness it’s just not wanting to smile. Maybe.
Gil’s All Fright Diner
Author: A. Lee Martinez
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A vampire and werewolf walk into a diner and the owner comes up to them and says, “I’ve got a zombie problem. Think you can help?”
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Author: Seth Grahame-Smith
It’s Jane Austen meets Dawn of the Dead. Need I say more? Because what’s more romantic than fighting zombies?
Author: Rainbow Rowell
Simon is the worst Chosen One to be Chosen. And here we thought that might’ve been Harry Potter. Still, Simon’s roommate might be a vampire, but he might be right. Simon can’t even get his wand to work right. Baz would have a lot more to say if he showed up for their last year at Watford School, but he’s nowhere to be found.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Author: Jesse Andrews
Nothing is more awkward than adolescence. Except for being forced to rekindle a friendship with a dying girl. Still, Greg does just that on his mother’s orders, with is only pal, Earl, tagging along. In the end, the two decided a way to go out is to make a movie. What none of them expected was for it to be so bad it made them popular.
Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging
Author: Louise Rennison
Georgia Nicholson lives an angsty teenage life. Welcome to the hormonal and hilarious version of Bridget Jones’s Diary where Georgia is just trying to survive life though it seemed to fall into chaos.
More to come soon…
What are some books that have had you laughing out loud? Let’s chat in the comments below!