From accidentally despoiling an exhibit at the Museum of Natural History to baking a cookie in the shape of her boss's face to win her approval, Sloane Crossley can do no right. In a sharp, original storytelling style that confounds expectations at every turn, Crossley recounts her victories and catastrophes with an irresistable voice, finding genuine insights in the most unpredictable places.
'I love Sloane Crossley. . . she is a post-modern Mary Tyler Moore, and this book is wry, generous, knowing - a perfect document of what it is to be young in today's world.' A.M. Homes
'Exquisite. . . Crossley has a sprywistfulness that's very much her own' Los Angeles Times
'Sloane Crossley asserts herself as a new master of nonfiction situational comedy' Entertainment Weekly