Long Beach, California (PressExposure) January 06, 2009 -- EVERYDAY LIFE by MG Hardie is literature at its finest armed with one-part humor and one-part meaningful discussions. This book is aimed squarely at everyone who has a pulse. Hardie delivers by interweaving stories, commentary and genuine laugh-out-loud humor. Although the reviews of EveryDay Life have been stellar the book is so unique that it really must be read in order to be fully realized.
So what is EveryDay Life? Is it a comedy or as Taj Longino of HYPE Magazine Radio stated âthis may be the funniest book ever writtenâ. Yes EveryDay Life is very funny, but as Ghostwriter Literary Review stated âit only enhances the seriousness of their discussionsâ. This book tales the tales that havenât been told before or as one reviewer puts it âdelving into uncharted territoriesâ. Hardieâs technique of writing is a stimulating departure from the typical fiction or non-fiction work so much in fact that EveryDay Life straddles multiple genres and âsetâs a new literary standardâ as another reviewer remarked about it.
The complexity in explaining exactly what EveryDay Life has to offer the reader has everything to due with the fact that there really is nothing similar to it, or as Conversations Book Club expressed it âthe book is a mixture of THE WOOD, THE BEST MAN mixed in with the drama of your favorite Tyler Perry playâ. Those proclamations should be enough to get a sense of EveryDay Life, but somehow they may not quite let everyone know what EveryDay Life is, this is The Clarion Ledgerâs attempt at description âlife of ordinary men who are faced with extraordinary challenges who have to look outside of themselves to find a way to deal with those challengesâ. It is likely that African Americanâs on the Move had a handle on it when they said that âEach page is filled with truth, passion, and realityâ. These are merely some of the quotes used to describe EveryDay Life.
Possibly the academic arena can place a more intellectual spin on what EveryDay Life has offers its readers, Professor Utley said âI loved how you mixed humor with very savvy socio-political messagesâ. I think we have gotten close to what EveryDay Life had in store for these readers, but what does it have in store for you or as book reviewer Danelle Drake said âThe characters taught me more than I could ever imagineâ. Words such as, Profound, enlightening, entertaining, compelling are quite used to capture the emotional aspect of EveryDay Life. Perhaps EveryDay Lifeâs understanding can be put in no simpler terms than that of its most recent review from Reader Views âYou see to the souls of these individuals; while making you laugh, they make you cryâ.
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