Goodreads Synopsis: Sarah Andersen’s second comics collection picks up right where the first left off – huddled under a pile of blankets avoiding the responsibilities of the real world. These new comics (and illustrated personal essays!) follow the ups and downs of the unrelenting self-esteem roller coaster that is young adult life: budgeting woes, cramps, the nuances of sweater theft, and the joy of staying home all day with a box of pizza. All aboard.
I’m a bad read and read Andersen’s second volume of comics before I’d read the first one. But you don’t really need to read them in order, so I used that to justify myself. 😀 Big Mushy Happy Lump is such a great comic. It’s fun and relatable. As someone who is an introvert and has anxiety so many of the comics felt like it was about me.
It was such a great afternoon read for me. I laughed so much that Grant came over and asked what I was reading, so then of course I made him read it as well. He enjoyed it just as much as me!
In the end I gave it four stars on Goodreads. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.