Review: 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life

667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life by Lucy Woodhull

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you’re looking for a book that’s
1. entertaining
2. hilarious
3. and engaging

then 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life is for you. It stars Dagmar, who begins the story at the lowest of lows, having dealt with
4. losing her job
5. losing her crappy boyfriend
6. and being abandoned

so it’s not shocking that she drops a mic on giving a f*ck. Dag takes control and starts living life for herself, doing what makes her happy and not holding back to please an ideal others thought she should uphold. In the course of this, she temporarily adopts the persona of Giselle, and
7. meets a wonderful guy
8. who she can’t fall for
9. because she’s lying
10. and this obviously won’t end well

This book is full of
11. great pop culture references
12. amazing characters
13. lack of punctuation in ordered lists
14. hilarious moments
15. bonding with a BFF
16. definitely not falling in love
17. cats
18. cake
19. and ice cream

But most importantly, it’s a wonderful journey of a woman who is
20. rediscovering herself by living life to its fullest

This is the first book I’ve read by Lucy Woodhull and I’m hooked. It was so good that I couldn’t put it down and finished it in a single reading session.

I received an ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


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