Another book by David Sedaris is always welcome. Happy-Go-Lucky is another collection of his essays worthy of a chuckle on each page or an "Oh my he didn't just write what we are all thinking" comment.
This book covers time in pandemic lockdown, dealing with the death of his father, and his observations now that he's back on book tours and readings - some commentary about battle-scarred America.
He chronicles time in an interesting manner and his sisters always add another dimension, especially Amy Sedaris. And there's his partner, Hugh, who when David reads him a new piece, says "That's terrible" guarantees David will use it and the audience will laugh.
I read, laugh out loud, and also shake my head at David Sedaris' observations. It's not jokes. He gives you the setting, the characters, and then you see how his brain twists and pulls in small details to make a big picture of a life moment. He's a hoot!