The 10 Funniest Books Written After 2000
Nestling down with a book can be a really rewarding use of one’s time. Reading a funny book can be even more rewarding.
So we compiled a list of the most funny books written in the modern era after the advent of the new millennium.
Tell us if you have a better book in this category of funniest books after the year 2000 by adding to the list. You can also vote for the book(s) which you think is funniest.
The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl (2015) by Issa Rae.
The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl (2015) by Issa Rae. A compilation of hilarious memoir which provide an accurate and helpful guide for navigating the world as an awkward black girl . It’s many anecdotes provides an insight into author’s growing up years in an uncommon family spanning different cities on the opposite coast of US.
Skinny Dip (2004) by Carl Hiaasen.
Skinny Dip (2004) by Carl Hiaasen. The central plot was set around the revenge to be exacted by a woman after her husband had attempted to murder her. The set revolved in the restoration of the natural habitat in the Florida Everglades.
The Life And Times Of The Thunderbolt Kid (2006) by Bill Bryson
The Life And Times Of The Thunderbolt Kid (2006) by Bill Bryson. This is the author’s retelling of the hilarious moments of a growing up years baby boomer in the US and various inventions which came during his time. He includes his various naughty adventures and his imaginary use of an alter-ego “Thunderbolt kid” in his life.
Made For Love (2017) by Alissa Nutting
Made For Love (2017) by Alissa Nutting: Commentators reviews of this book include “absurdly hilarious musings about love and marriage, most heartwarming novel, and impossible to put down”
Screenburn (2004) by Charlie Booker
Screenburn (2004) by Charlie Booker. The authors collection of Screenburn anecdotes which centered on the authors viewing, discussion and narrative of the TV programs in 2000- 2004 in the UK.
Me Talk Pretty One Day (2000), by David Sedaris
Me Talk Pretty One Day (2000), by David Sedaris. This is a entertaining collection of essays by the humorist based upon his life growing up in South Carolina, America and his life with his partner living in Normandy, France where he attempted to communicate without learning the French language.
Hyperbole And A Half (2013) by Allie Brosh.
Hyperbole And A Half (2013) by Allie Brosh. The book published was a combination of webcomic and blog, this was a story of the celebrated author’s growing years as well as her adult life. She has been listed as “one of the most influential and creative writers and doers”.