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“Lisick has created a hilarious, knowing tale of a year of willing ridiculousness.” (San Francisco Chronicle)
“A witty, disarmingly earnest account of the year [Lisick] spent test-driving renowned self-help franchises.” (Entertainment Weekly)
not only hilarious but enlightening... Readers will be inspired: If a woman in a banana suit can clean her closet and pay off her credit card debt, surely you can, too.” (People)
“sweetly neurotic, funny and occasionally insightful.” (Los Angeles Times)
“wildly funny” and “a cross between David Sedaris and Susan Orlean.” (Seattle Times)
“Beth Lisick’s latest book is a wildly fun read that falls somewhere in between memoir and a Cliffs Notes guide to the self-help genre.” (Bust Magazine)
“A delightful, Plimptonesque exercise in immersive journalism...sharp, irreverent and endearingly screwed-up.” (Kirkus Reviews)
Beth Lisick, author of theNew York TimesbestsellerEverybody into the Pool, is also a performer and an odd-jobs enthusiast. She has contributed to public radio'sThis American Lifeand is the cofounder of the monthly Porchlight storytelling series in San Francisco.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.