Girl Logic: The Genius and the Absurdity

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Iliza Shlesinger is hilarious. You hopefully know that already, but let me just state that for the record.

What you might not know is that she is also insightful, generous, and sharp. She mines her life and experience not just for comedy but for understanding. Have you ever struggled, or felt crazy, or been overwhelmed, or felt all of those all at the same time? So has she. And not only does she have advice, but she’ll make you laugh as she helps you.

Girl Logic is a collection of essays in which Shlesinger details how to make the constant monologue in your head (and any supposedly irrational feelings you have) work for you instead of against you.

Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t self-help nonsense or a collection of banal advice from someone who has no business giving advice. It’s an honest look at her own experiences, one she hopes will both entertain the reader and help them feel better about their own experiences.

Girl Logic is a guidebook to how women think, and although this book wasn’t intended for me, I’m very glad I read it.

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Author Iliza Shlesinger • Mayim Bialik, Foreword
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 264 pages
Publisher Hachette Books
Publish Date 2017-Nov-07
ISBN 9781602863231
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Issue May 2018
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