Book Review: Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth: And Other Pop Culture Correspondences

Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth: And Other Pop Culture Correspondences

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Summary:

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 Lordโ€™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.
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From The Walking Dead to The Wizard of Oz, from Billy Joel to Breaking Bad, no reference escapes Moeโ€™s imaginative wit and keen sense of nostalgia. Read Captain James T. Kirkโ€™s lost log entries and Yelp reviews of The Bates Motel and Cheers. Peruse top secret British intelligence files revealing the fates of Agents 001โ€“006, or Don Draperโ€™s cocktail recipe cards. Learn all of Jay-Zโ€™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 aliveโ€”and much more.
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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.

 

My Review:
I really liked the concept of this book. Getting to know the secrets behind some of our favorite pop culture things. What a cute idea. However, when I started it reading it, I got super bored. It wasn’t able to hold my attention. Maybe I just don’t like knowing all the secrets.

*I received this book for free from Blogging For Books*

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-Jennifer

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