Crosley's charm is her spry tone, the perfect match of form to content
Emma Brockes, Guardian
Shines a bold comic light on life's everyday absurdities
Crosley winningly captures that stumble into true adulthood, trying to get to grips with her own life with all the sangfroid of a teenager and the anxiety of someone in middle age. The result is generous, terrifically bright and charmingly unhinged
Laurence Mackin, Irish Times
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From getting locked out of her flat twice on the same day and being fired for baking a giant cookie in the shape of her boss’s head, to playing bridesmaid for a friend she’d long forgotten, Sloane Crosley can do no right, despite the best of intentions. With sharp, original and irresistible storytelling that confounds expectations at every turn, Crosley recounts her victories and catastrophes, finding uproarious comedy and genuine insights in the most unpredictable places.