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All Groan Up by Paul Angone

Growing up isn’t easy. You spend your entire childhood dreaming of the freedoms permitted in adulthood, but you spend your entire adulthood trying to forget your obligations.

All Groan Up is one man’s journey through early adulthood. I can relate to the sudden change he felt after college; going from a feeling of worthiness to a feeling of hopelessness. Unlike Angone, I found my passion in college and knew exactly what career I wanted to pursue. I know my journey is atypical for many young college graduates.

This was a fine book, nothing spectacular jumped out at me. I felt like the author tried too hard to be funny. I was hoping he would be more sincere at times.

Again this is a fine book, but I’m not sure I would recommend this book to young college graduates.