Book Review – Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

Title: Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

Author: Chuck Klosterman

Page Count: 243

Genre: Pop Culture/Social Science/Essay

Rating: 4/5

Quick Review: This book had been on my radar for quite some time but after a compelling recommendation by a close friend I finally decided to pull the trigger and purchase it. I’m glad I did. The book was fantastic and forced me to think a little bit more than most of the novels I usually read. The book is self labeled as a low culture manifesto and that’s probably a pretty accurate description. There was nothing particularly life changing mentioned in the book but Chuck Klosterman examined everyday objects and events in a way that had never even crossed my mind. Klosterman asks incredibly interesting questions of things that many people wouldn’t think twice about. He analyzes society through music, movies, and basketball – and his analyzations actually make sense. Would definitely recommend this book to anyone regardless of interests or profession. I’m excited to read some of his other works.

If Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs sounds interesting you can purchase it here!

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