Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Super Pop

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Book Review - Super Pop

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About the Book
As David Letterman demonstrates every night on the Late Show, top ten lists are really funny. And we know lists are a great way to get organized, get things done, and streamline life's many tasks. But now, pop culture connoisseur Daniel Harmon takes a new approach to list making in his new book Super Pop! and organizes 500 movies, songs, books, video games, TV shows, podcasts, and more into top ten lists that not only entertain, but also help you become a better person.

Just in time for summer movie blockbuster and beach reading season, Harmon shares tips on not only what we all can watch, play, and read next, but also which top ten movies, music, comics, and other types of entertainment will help us become more interesting at a dinner party, more fun on a date, and generally smarter and happier people overall.

This uniquely humorous yet wise pop culture expert sheds light on:

  • How pop culture can make this the best summer of your life - and improve your life overall well after summer's over.
  • Ways pop culture top ten lists can help you survive a bad breakup-as well as a shark attack.
  • Little known but fascinating movie and music trivia that can change your worldview.

About the Author
Pop Culture connoisseur Daniel Harmon, a longtime editor of pop culture projects for a variety of publishers, is the author of the new book, Super Pop!. He is currently the editorial director of Zest Books, as well as a provider of unsolicited feedback on a wide variety of topics. Daniel loves free podcasts, midnight movies, and other things that are both cheap and fine.

My Take on the Book
This is a great book for anyone who wants to be at the top of their game with lists and trivia. What I loved about this book was that it covers almost everything that I could think of in regards to pop culture. It opened my mind to a ton of things that I would not have thought of in the past and I was impressed with the breadth of the book itself too. All-in-all, the book was a great read for anyone who wants to be a know-it-all in all things revolving around pop culture!

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