Sunday, March 22, 2009

A Book in Review: American Thighs

American Thighs: The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Preserving Your Assets By: Jill Conner Browne
Non-Fiction, humor 307 pages
book count: 17

First, if you don't know who the Sweet Potato Queens are, we would suggest reading one of there earlier books first to learn more about them and/or tasty but dangerous recipes. This one as the title notes is on keeping you body looking good as you age. It includes many funny stories on age, the past, immaturity and other related subjects. And it has profound age advice, like maybe we shouldn't have spent years out in the sun covered with baby oil and enjoy being young, and other things no one has ever thought up before. It was not the best of their books, but there is little that can beat bacon covered in sugar, so it is just that the bar has been set so high, not that it wasn't a great book we really enjoyed, as it was and we would suggest it to other people to read.

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