Dera White's I Will Not Die Alone is a hilarious, feel-good story about the end of the world. Featuring illustrations by Joe Bennett, it is a story full of realistic self-love affirmations for all of us who are just trying to get by, until we die.
“It’s funny, it's dark, and there's a lion wearing pants. If you only read one more book before the world ends, make it this one.”—Brooke Barker, New York Times bestselling author of Sad Animal Facts
“Oh man. This is a sweet yet sad, heartwarming yet heartbreaking read. I loved it! And it’s so wonderfully funny!” —Martin Starr
“I Will Not Die Alone is a delightful and necessary hand-hold from a friend that steadies your pulse in the face of ultimate anxiety. Joe Bennett presents the finite and the infinite through a deeply optimistic lens that's far from cloying and makes you feel really good inside. His characters are relatable, funny, and rich with detail in a snapshot.” —Sunita Mani
“I Will Not Die Alone, is poignant, smart, and oddly both a little alarming and comforting. This book is a must read for anyone trying to survive through this decade and will have you laughing through your tears.” —Loryn Brantz, bestselling author of Feminist Baby
“Joe Bennett always knows how to find the depth in the shallow things, bringing our attention along with his to see what’s been profound all along, right there, in the profane.” —Brad Neely
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|Publisher:||Tom Doherty Associates|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
DERA WHITE is a writer and photographer best known for the You Are My Wild photo project. A native of Fairburn, GA, she continues to work and live in a suburb outside of Atlanta with her husband, Terry, and three daughters, Fiona, Neve, and Frances. I Will Not Die Alone is her debut.
JOE BENNETT is an artist and filmmaker living in Pasadena. He’s made original work for FX, FOX, MTV, Comedy Central, and Adult Swim. He is the illustrator of A Bathroom Book for People Not Pooping or Peeing But Using the Bathroom as an Escape by Joe Pera.