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  • And Then You Die Of Dysentery: Lessons In Adulting From The Oregon Trail (Hardcover)

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    Author: Lauren Reeves
    Published by: Houghton Mifflin

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Pack your wagons, find your ride-or-(literally) die friends, and roll up to Matt’s General Store with a sack of cash, it’s time to hit the Oregon Trail, twenty-first-century style!

And Then You Die of Dysentery is the perfect send-up to the sometimes frustrating, always entertaining, and universally beloved Oregon Trail computer game. Featuring a four-colour design in the game’s iconic 8-bit format, alongside pop culture references galore, the book offers 50 humorous, snarky lessons gleaned from the game’s most iconic moments, including gems such as:

  • Suffering from exhaustion is a real thing. (It’s not just PR code for why a celebrity went to rehab.)

  • If you hunt too frequently in one area, game will become scarce. (The first signs of gentrification!)

  • Invite your sweetie to cuddle with you while looking up at the stars. (The night sky was the original Netflix & Chill. Step 1: Loosen up Orion’s belt…)

With its laugh-out-loud commentary and its absurdist nostalgia, …And Then You Die of Dysentery is the ultimate trip down memory lane … all the way to the Willamette Valley.

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Binding
  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 4643999
EAN
  • 978132862439051499
ISBN
  • 9781328624390