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'I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York' Doesn't Hate or Love NYC

By: Carly Foy - Published: • References: modcloth & incrediblethings
The 'I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York' book by Avery Monsen and Jory John speaks for itself. No longer does everyone love New York.

The book points out the flaws and positives about the Big Apple. The book, according to Modcloth, "examines each neighborhood, attraction, or notion about New York with a series of witty observations and objections, followed by an outline of its pros, cons, and a final, comical conclusion. Illustrated with color photographs that are peppered with additional tongue-in-cheek tidbits [...]"

The book is the perfect gift for those who are not city lovers and small-town girls. Guaranteed to bring some laughs with its sass, the 'I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York' book could also serve as a follow-up to your trip to the Big Apple -- even if you loved it -- as you agree with some of the satirical pieces. Stats for Indifferent Table Books Trending: Older & Mild
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