The Humans by Matt Haig (61/52)

When an alien commandeers a human body to stop the destruction of the universe through the solving of an unsolvable math problem, things don’t go according to plan. Human life is explored in all its minutiae as this alien must understand relationships, empathy, and most hilariously, our odd bodies. A quirky book with an odd sense of perspective, Haig points a magnifying glass to our oddities and ultimately, our legacies. An easy funny read. Recommended. 

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