Humor In Books

Hi everyone! One thing I’ve often realized while reading is that…there’s no humor. A lot of times, in books, characters are so busy trying to save their lives that there’s nothing to laugh at–which makes sense, given the circumstances. But I love humor in books, and I wanted to discuss this topic with you guys today. (Also give some short recommendations.)

I guess you can kind of categorize humor–a type of humor that I think is most common in YA fantasy is dry humor, or sarcasm. Some books I love that use this are Six of Crows and all of Cassie Clare’s books–

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I LOVE this type of humor. It’s the kind that I usually think of after because the characters are making fun of each other or something along those lines.

Another type of humor I like is dependent on the writing and makes the book easier to read because the entire style is different. I know that doesn’t make sense, but anyone who has read My Lady Jane will probably understand what I’m talking about.

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It’s just! So cute! Not every book can be like this, obviously, but it’s entertaining nonetheless. Another book that reminds me of this style is The Martian by Andy Weir.

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And of course, you can’t forget Percy Jackson–Rick’s books are a classic for humor. I don’t want to say it’s just the age group, because it’s not, but most YA books I’ve read are not nearly as funny as Percy Jackson. :’))

What are some of your favorite humorous books? Tell me about them!

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