One-star Reviews: The Very Best Reviews Of The Very Worst Products by C CovilleOne-star Reviews: The Very Best Reviews Of The Very Worst Products by C Coville

One-star Reviews: The Very Best Reviews Of The Very Worst Products

byC Coville

Paperback | December 5, 2014

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The Internet's most ridiculous product reviews!

A hotel guest whose toilet wasn't securely fastened to the bathroom floor. A father livid that Toys'R'Us sent him a "make believe" dragon. An Alan Rickman fan who loathes a bookmark for casting Snape as a villain.

Inspired by consumers who demand quality from a 39-cent product, One-Star Reviews features 150 side-splitting critiques for one-star-worthy items and establishments. From deeply disappointed reviews about the projects in Crafting with Cat Hair to scathing remarks about restaurants that serve every meal with a side of broken glass, these unique evaluations are comedic gems in their own right.

Filled with only the best critiques the Internet has to offer, One-Star Reviews unleashes the snark with products and customers so ridiculous you can't help but laugh.

C. Coville is a columnist and regular contributor at Cracked, where her writing has accumulated many millions and millions of hits. These days, you can usually find her digging out from the snow in Syracuse, New York, or at www.cscoville.com if that's your thing.
Title:One-star Reviews: The Very Best Reviews Of The Very Worst ProductsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:December 5, 2014Publisher:Adams MediaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1440579083

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"The concept of One-Star Reviews is simple--and inspired.... More than enough to make for a funny book, what with all the outrage and crazy that the Internet has to offer." --Failure Magazine