Has texting turned us into the flakiest generation? What does it
mean to have a 24/7 singles bar in your pocket? And why are the
French so relaxed about infidelity? From digital snooping to
Japanese love hotels, comedian Aziz Ansari and social scientist
Eric Klinenberg guide us through the baffling and hilarious world
of modern relationships.
Aziz Ansari is a stand-up comedian and an actor who has done four
major stand-up tours. He starred as Tom Haverford on the
Emmy-nominated comedy Parks and Recreation with Amy Poehler
and other great people.
Eric Klinenberg is a professor of sociology at NYU. He is the author of Going Solo- The Extraordinary Rise and Suprising Appeal of Living Alone and has contributed to the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and This American Life.
Entertaining and illuminating... It's refreshing to hear a
modern male voice on the subject of love and sex' -- Barbara Ellen
* Observer *
'Riotously funny... A zingy and satisfying read. It will make you laugh, nod in agreement and ultimately feel better that you are not alone in trying to navigate the uncertain world of romance in the 21st century' -- Katie Harrington * Irish Examiner *
'A lively look at love, marriage and the oddities of mating in the 21st century' * The Economist *
So refreshing * Evening Standard *
'Ansari has pulled it off: a thinky book that's funny, too' * Esquire *
'A sprightly, easygoing hybrid of fact, observation, advice and comedy' * New York Times *
'A hilarious, often unsettling account of what young singles go through as they search for love in the digital age' * Rolling Stone *