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Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant by

Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant by Joel Golby


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*By the popular Vice *contributor, a collection of full-throated appreciations, elaborate theories, and unflinching recollections
Joel Golby's writing for Vice and The Guardian, with its wry observation and naked self.
Through it all, he shows that no matter how cruel the misfortune, how absurd the circumstance, there's always the soft punch of a lesson tucked within. This is a book for anyone who overshares, overthinks, has ever felt lost or confused.

Review
"Seeing the byline 'Joel Golby' means you're about to ungraciously snort with laughter in a public place. Golby is sharper at dissecting the madness of 21st century online existence than any other writer. Every paragraph is like doing a shot with a friend. A double." -Caitlin Moran, New York Times bestselling author of How to Be a Woman and How to Be Famous
"This is a funny and beautiful book. What a little bastard."-Russell Brand, New York Times bestselling author of My Booky Wook and Recovery 
"Joel Golby is my favorite pop culture-obsessed nihilist...You'll laugh, cry and probably be a bit weirded out."-Sharon Horgan, co-creator of *Catastrophe
"Using a blend of insightful self."-Adam Kay, The Guardian
"A writer who can be funny and offhandedly profound at the same time.[Golby] sometimes feels like a kindred spirit to David Sedaris, but younger and more biting."-***Kirkus Reviews
*"Golby, a British staff writer for Vice*, moves between dark wit and even darker emotion, often in the course of a single sentence.Consistently entertaining."-Booklist
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"A millennial's answer to David Sedaris. No writer is funnier than Joel Golby."*-Dolly Alderton,
author of *Everything I Know About Love

About the Author
Joel Golby is a staff writer for Vice, where he is among the site's most read contributors. He has written for The Guardian, Shortlist, and the BBC. He's more of a cat than a dog man, but he see merits in both. He lives in London.