I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Pretty much what it says on the wrapper. I love snark and this random gift from a family member is just the sort of thing that makes me chuckle. It's a great collection, and was heading towards a 5 star rating, but it floundered a bit at the end. I was willing to overlook a couple of quotes - and really it was only a couple - that were repeated in slightly paraphrased form.
It's a thick book and one or two passing through the keeper is not unexpected. But at about the 80% mark, specifically the chapter on Motherhood, the quotes stopped being snarky and were just quotes about motherhood, some of them quite endearing and touching.
Then in the last 2-3 chapters, Dorfman lost that fifth star all together when he stopped quoting the greats and started ad libbing his own brand of snark, or at least what he likely considered snark. It was too acerbic for my tastes; it didn't read snarky nearly as much as it read angry and bitter. Vitriolic, even. The dude does NOT like Christmas. That's fair enough; Christmas can be a trying time for even the most festive feeling of us, but his barbs failed to find that sweet spot of gracious lunacy that can be Christmas. After that chapter, his further attempts at snarky comebacks to enduring cliches just fell flat.
Still, overall it's an excellent compendium of sarcastic and witty quotes that will serve me well as a handy reference when I'm at the end of my rope trying to be polite to the more challenging people in my life. Mostly time well spent.