Observations on a Life Not Yet Observed - Scott Douglas

Observations on a Life Not Yet Observed

By Scott Douglas

  • Release Date: 2010-07-16
  • Genre: Humor
Score: 3.5
From 102 Ratings


Scott Douglas, author of the humor memoir "Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian" offers further insights into the library world and life in general in this collection of over 15 essays and sketches. In this collection, Douglas writes about his epic quest for prophylactics in Baton Rouge, how he failed the high school reading test, how he may be part of the new gay, and his thoughts on the Christian porn industry--amongst many others.


  • WhatisthisIdonteven

    By Headfones992
    It's an okay book. The first half or so is pretty good, but the book is so riddled with spelling and grammatical errors that I could hardly read all of it. Simple mistakes like "are" instead of "our" can get very grinding after a while, and show that this book probably wasn't proofread before publishing. I found the last few chapters to be very hard to read and nearly void of humor. I wouldn't recommend it in the first place, but if you simply must read it, save yourself some time and stop a few chapters before the end.
  • As Good as a BJ

    By Pspjcg
    I thought it was very great and it will be even better wit grammar editing but overall thumbs up
  • Good read, bad editing

    By Holeeroller
    Excellent read for a freebie. TONS of typos and grammatical errors though. You really have to know what the author is intending to say in several areas because the editing is so bad.
  • Very great book!!!!

    By Ajd0224
    Not a huge reader but I downloaded this nd was instantly entertained,very funny stories and a fun easy read,a must download Ps:there are some typos xD lol
  • Book

    By sam & sarah
    Reading it now! Very good
  • Funny

    By Alec25
    It was veery entertaining and downright hilarious. Great book if your bored or on a trip.
  • Observations on a life not yet observed

    By Bob's brother
    For the most part I found this book entertaining, though there were many areas where you had to know grammar and word usage to know what word should have been in place of an incorrect word. The spelling throughout could have benefitted from spell checker. I found humor in some places and the failed attempt at humor in other places. It was an okay read all in all, not a great read but an okay read.
  • Good book

    By srcarney64
    A fun read but the library chapter was taken directly from Rolamd Saint-Laurent's book
  • Really funny read.

    By camccorm
    Really great read! I would recommend it to anyone. A few chapters weren't that interesting, but I would read it and more books by this author.