Joan Crawford’s cult 1971 guide to the fabulous life is everything you’d want it to be and so much more.
A laughless stroll through the first year and a half of Garfield (the disco era!) reveals that the insanely successful comic strip about the titular lasagna-loving, Monday-hating misanthrope has always been terrible.
Reality television villain turned Donald Trump advisor Omarosa is not here to make friends in her perversely unsatisfying “tell-all” Unhinged.
Farrah Abraham, celebrity boxer, sometimes porn star, erotic novelist and the bad girl of the Teen Mom franchise gets up close and very personal in her morbidly compelling, unintentionally revealing memoir about her doomed romance with the father of her child, who was like Romeo, if Romeo was half Beavis, half Butthead.
The author of Stinker Lets Loose! returns with another fascinating, hilarious exploration of the American jackass
Danny Bonaduce’s ex-wife tells her side of the story in a book you really do not need to read, or even read about, for that matter.
Tatum O’Neal’s juicy memoir chronicles her rocky relationships with ex-husband John McEnroe, father Ryan O’Neal, who is a terrible actor and an even worse human being, and her own curious early fame as the youngest person ever to win an Academy Award.
Steven Seagal's deranged, unintentionally hilarious Alt-Right, super-racist anti-Obama novel The Way of the Shadow Wolves offers hate-reading at its finest/most infuriating.
The second entry in the Nathan Rabin's Happy Place Literature Society is also the first entry in "Evil Fucks", a column about deplorable human beings that begins with an epic takedown of prolific English pedophile and media icon Jimmy Savile
Jon Ronson’s 2015 look at social media shaming captured the zeitgeist at the time of its release. Three years later it’s at once a relic of a kinder era and more relevant than ever.