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➥ [Ebook] ➠ Obviously By Akilah Hughes ➯ – Ms-style.pro Jessica Almon at Razorbill has acuired an untitled personal essay collection by comedy writer and YouTube star Akilah Hughes The essays explore Hughes's uniue journey to adulthood from entering collegJessica Almon at Razorbill has acuired an untitled personal essay collection by comedy writer and YouTube star Akilah Hughes The essays explore Hughes's.

Uniue journey to adulthood from entering college as a 16 year old freshman to her summer job as a princess in a theme park to her current starring role o.

obviously mobile Obviously PDF/EPUBUniue journey to adulthood from entering college as a 16 year old freshman to her summer job as a princess in a theme park to her current starring role o.

Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À

Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À Akilah Hughes is a writer comedian and YouTuber residing in Brooklyn NY She’s been a digital correspondent for MTV Fusion Comedy Central Crooked Media and A Sundance Labs Fellow Akilah most recently appeared on the HBO series special Pod Save America Her comedic YouTube channel “It’s Akilah Obviously” has amassed than 150000 subscribers source Penguin Random House

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  1. Steph Sinclair Steph Sinclair says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBProbably the only YouTuber Star book I'll ever read


  2. Alice Lippart Alice Lippart says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBAlways interesting to read about how people grew up


  3. Toya Toya says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBHave you ever read a book that you didn’t realize your soul needed until you finished it? That was this book for me⁣⁣Akilah’s story breathes life into the struggles that not only plague the everyday life of teenagers but also the struggles associated with being a woman of color Each chapter of this book is a different snippet of her life experiences and we see how each one comes together to tell her life story ⁣⁣So many of these chapters had me laughing one minute to crying to the next From the incredibly high expectations of school work to the nuances of black culture I felt this in my core⁣⁣The chapter that still stands out to me is “Racism to a 15 Year Old Girl” So many tears were shed in this chapter because I experienced all of these


  4. chantel nouseforaname chantel nouseforaname says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBI guess these vignettes were supposed to be comical but what I read here was a lot of pain and repressed emotions finally being given the space to come to the forefront It was humanizing than it was funny Obviously by Akilah Hughes discussed the pains of coming of age and the struggle it is to find what you want to do with your life I loved that aspect of the book because I feel like black girl stories should be told Let’s normalize our experiences get them out there have people pay attention to them I loved it for that specific fact I


  5. Lost in Book Land Lost in Book Land says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBHello AgainAlright I am going to start out with admitting I have not read a lot of books in this genre however I was recently approached by Penguin Teen and offered an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Now as many of you know I have had much time to read lately because of my new job and some other major life changes and I have always wanted to read books in this genre In the past I have checked tons out of the library but never found the time to actually read them so I was all no time like the presen


  6. Cortney Cortney says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUB“I stopped being afraid to try because I had someone in my corner who believed in me even when I couldn’t see that for myself”Hughes gives us a collection of essays about different moments in her life from her complicated relationship with her father to how she became a YouTube celebrity The book isn’t laugh out loud funny but I did chuckle a few times The essay that was the most impactful to me was “Racism to a fifteen year old girl” I can also see people relating to the essays on anxiety and her health is


  7. Danika at The Lesbrary Danika at The Lesbrary says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBI was expecting this to be a humor essay collection but it's really of a coming of age memoir in essay form Akilah Hughes is funny obviously but it's about her life growing up in predominantly white school and her experiences with racism trying to break into the industry her experiences in uni


  8. Leah Leah says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBI laughed a lot and cried a bit too This is a wonderful fast paced read


  9. Sonja Sonja says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBThis was an absolute joy to read I loved spending a few hours in Akilah's head learning about her life and the things that matter to her I definitely cried at the chapter about her health and was enraged at the stories about her fifth grade teacher but other than that I laughed I laughed so much I very much enjoyed her stories about arriving in New York and karaoke and friendships and going viral Akilah's sense of humor is just the best and it really does seem after reading the book like you just gained a new friend Her warmth as a person comes


  10. Kerri Kerri says:

    Kindle Akilah Hughes À Obviously MOBI ò À obviously mobile, Obviously PDF/EPUBI've been following Akilah for many years and I think she is a vital voice in millennial media and culture I was super excited for this collection and while I think it will be a great read for any fans of Akilah's there were so many instances throughout these essays where I felt like her voice had only just begun to peek through and then the essay would end I wish she had spent time diving into some of the heavier hitting topics here her experiences with racism in her hometown her relationship with her father her trouble making friends in New York her illness and its aftermath and I think with some stronger editing this collection could have been a 5 star I'm looking forward as always to what Akilah will do next and hopefully another book will be among them


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