Hey everyone! How is everyone’s week going? I am getting ready to leave for Disney soon! I am so soooo excited to go and trust me, I am in need of a little vacation. Have you guys ever been to Disney?
I am so grateful I received an Arc of this book, I read her first book last year and am so happy I could get to read this a little earlier before it came out. I didn’t love it as much as her first one, but man it was still so cute, adorable, and hilarious. Let’s get into the review!
Title: Snug: A Collection of Comics about Dating Your Best Friend
Author: Catana Chetwynd
Format: eArc, ebook
Genre: GN, Comics, Humor
Publication Date: February 4, 2020
Why bother getting out of bed when you could stay bundled up with that special someone and a book of cozy, cute comics. From the author of the bestselling Little Moments of Love comes Snug, a collection of comics that perfectly captures the honest, playful, and relatable snapshots of romantic life.
Chetwynd’s second book has the same charming and inviting style as her first and includes 50 percent new, never-before-shared comics. Snug is a celebration of the quirks and peculiarities of every one of us—and the magic that happens when we find our matching puzzle piece.
- Humor – Just as I did her first book, I thought this book was very funny. I love a good light book that makes me laugh, and this did that for me. I decided to read this on a really stressful day at work, and man did this change my mood for the entire day. I was definitely super grateful for that.
- Realistic Real Life Solutions – All these comics are based on a realistic relationship. I found myself agreeing with everything she was talking about, all of the situations and honestly, I either have been in that situation before, or could see myself in that situation in the near future.
- Quick and Light – The writing style is nice and quick and light, which made reading so much more enjoyable.
- Some seemed too familiar/repetitive compared to her first book – I think the only complaint I have was that there were a few comics that were extremely repetitive, in this book alone and in her first book. I still enjoyed just about every one, but once you go through the same thing over and over again, it can tend to be a little much.
I would 100% recommend these books to anyone looking for a quick little read that will make you feel like cuddling up, and laughing a lot.