The Amazing Book Is Not On Fire - Dan & Phil


Title: The Amazing Book Is Not On Fire

Author: Dan Howell, Phil Lester

Series or Standalone: Standalone

Genre: Memoir

Format: Hardcover


Publication Date: 8th October 2015







Goodreads Summary: In this book is a world. A world created by two awkward guys who share their lives on the internet!

We are Dan and Phil and we invite you on a journey inside our minds! From the stories of our actual births, to exploring Phil's teenage diary and all the reasons why Dan's a fail.

Learn how to draw the perfect cat whiskers, get advice on what to do in an awkward situation and discover which of our dining chairs represents you emotionally. With everything from what we text each other, to the time we met One Direction and what really happened in Vegas... 

My Review: Dan and Phil are two of my favourite youtuber's so reading this book was an enjoyable experience. I took my time as I wanted to endure every word of their thoughts.

I adored the artwork and the way they creatively expressed their opinions in the pages of this beautifully designed book. I was captivated by every word I read, it was really well written by both Dan and Phil. The book was set out amazingly, the pages were very pleasing to the eye and I could feel Dan and Phil's personality's bursting out of the pages (IN A TOTALLY NOT CREEPY WAY).

I took pleasure in the short stories they wrote and their experiences as content creators and just in life in general. I loved the humor they included as well as their friendship and what they thought of each other. 

My favourite part of reading this was by far when they talked about their time in Japan. I'm learning Japanese at school at the moment and I am actually going to Japan in June/July with school so it was very interesting to hear their thoughts on it, as I value their opinions immensely. 

This book was amazing, i couldn't be more happier with how it turned out. It was a very enjoyable read from start to end!

Overall Enjoyment: ★★★★★

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