Death Wins a Goldfish: Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical




      Death Wins a Goldfish: Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical
Even Death cares about his work life balanceDeath never takes a day off Until he gets a letter from the HR department insisting he use up his accrued vacation time, that is In this humorous and heartfelt book from beloved illustrator Brian Rea, readers take a peek at Death s journal entries as he documents his mandatory sabbatical in the world of the living From sky diving to online dating, Death is determined to try it all Death Wins a Goldfish is an important reminder to the overstressed, overworked, and overwhelmed that everyone even Death deserves a break once in a while If you enjoyed Brian Rea s work in Mary Karr s The Liars Club A Memoir or in the New York Times popular Modern Love column you ll love his delightful illustrations of Death in this funny, heartfelt collection of works.This book is a great gift or self purchase if you re looking for Funny BooksFunny ComicsHumor Books Read Death Wins a Goldfish: Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical by Brian Rea – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 168 pages
  • Death Wins a Goldfish: Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical
  • Brian Rea
  • 22 August 2018
  • 1452172552

10 thoughts on “ Death Wins a Goldfish: Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical

  1. David Schaafsma says:

    The author, Brian Rea, at 30, asked his father what, if anything, he would do over Rea knew his father to be a work ethic guy, up at 5, out of the house at 6, back home after dark His father replied, Work less So Rea imagines that Death, who worked harder than almost anyone, never takes vacation days, gets a a notice from HR that he has to use up his vacation days, so he is forced to take a year s sabbatical He keeps a journal, and does what you might expect, travels, goes to a carnival a The author, Brian Rea, at 30, asked his father what, if anything, he would do over Rea knew his father to be a work ethic guy, up at 5, out of the house at 6, back home after dark His father replied, Work less So Rea imagines that Death, who worked harder than almost anyone, never takes vacation days, gets a a notice from HR that he has to use up his vacation days, so he is forced to take a year s sabbatical He keeps a journal, and does what you might expect, travels, goes to a carnival and wins a goldfish, goes to karaoke, goes back to school, goes ...

  2. Jon(athan) Nakapalau says:

    HR tells Death he must take his vacation time Really deep look at how even Death has to find time to live once in awhile well done

  3. Trish says:

    This was an impulse read after someone on GR recently read and reviewed it and I liked the concept So today, in the bookstore, I picked it up.The story is simple but already chuckle worthy Death, like the best of us, gets an e mail from HR because he s amassed too many days of vacation and is now forced to use them all up.But what do you do on such a long vacation Well, let me tell you, Death had some pretty creative ideas so we follow him along through a year of self discovery And most of This was an impulse read after someone on GR recently read and reviewed it and I liked the concept So today, in the bookstore, I picked it up.The story i...

  4. OutlawPoet says:

    Clearly, Death works here in my office I think he s in the next cubicle over.This is an extremely cute and relatable book in which Death is told by HR that he needs to take some vacation time A lot of it So, with a huge amount of PTO, Death fulfills all his dreamsyes, including winning that goldfish.Death s sabbatical is adorable and made me smile again and again.After I read it, my 10 year old stole it and ...

  5. Rod Brown says:

    Death takes a holiday and does every stupid thing people do on vacations, with pretty much the same result Neither funny nor insightful The art varies from simple to childlike.Not for me.

  6. Constance says:

    Droll, with hints of profundity.

  7. Barbara Mohs says:

    This wonderfully titled book about a workaholic forced to take a break and ponder living made me laugh out loud many times while it reminded me of what s really important Simple drawings with multi faceted meaning Highly recommend

  8. Rebecca says:

    Ran into this graphic novel while searching the new book stacks at the library and just had to read all about Death s year long sabbatical taken because HR requires him to use his leave time Had to see what death did on his year of...

  9. Cathi says:

    I heard about this on Litsy, and I m so glad I picked it up I smiled the entire way through and laughed quite a few times The concept a grim reaper has to use his year of accrued vacation time how will he spend it is fantastic, with just enough darkness to stop...

  10. Travis Cook says:

    Wonderfully surreal little book Highly recommend this one.

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