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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Drunk Talk by Mike Davis and TL Banks is a humorous collection of short narratives and ramblings on different topics. From talking about celebrities to racism, the authors share their two cents about everything and anything in between. It is funny because I often ramble about the same things when I am not even drunk. What authors TL Banks and Mike Davis share is common sense, things that we should be aware of, and most of the time, we already think of the same things. This book is one of those moments when you and your companion are in synch or share the same brain cell.
The narrative is light, simple, and relatable. The tone is humorous, witty, and written attractively. Instead of sounding obnoxious, the authors sound sincere and friendly. The quotes in chapter 47 are relatable gems. My favorite chapters were Two-faced (because yes, we are different with every person), Mostly Water (hilarious), Utopia (sad but true), Parents (I fear it every single day), and Labels (because we need that validation sometimes). All these chapters have a message hidden between the humor and charming ramblings. We all think these things, but we shy away from saying them because we are afraid of being judged. Readers will enjoy this quick, short book not only because it is funny, but because it is what we want to hear sometimes to feel a little better. Mike Davis and TL Banks have done a good job! I loved it, enjoyed it, and have already recommended it!