NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “This 12 months’s Should-Learn Memoir” (W mag) in regards to the possible choices a tender lady makes in her seek for journey, that means, and love
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All her lifestyles, Ariel Levy was once instructed that she was once too fervent, too forceful, an excessive amount of. As a tender lady, she made up our minds that changing into a author might completely channel her energy and need. She can be a qualified explorer—“the type of lady who’s unfastened to do no matter what she chooses.” Levy moved to Big apple to pursue her dream, and spent years of journey, touring everywhere the sector writing tales approximately unconventional heroines, following their fearless examples in her personal lifestyles.
But if she stories unthinkable heartbreak, Levy is compelled to give up her phantasm of keep watch over. In telling her tale, Levy has captured a portrait of our time, of the transferring forces in American tradition, of what has modified and what has remained. And of the way to start once more.
Praise for The Laws Do No longer Apply
“Unflinching and intimate, wrenching and revelatory, Ariel Levy’s tough memoir approximately love, loss, and discovering one’s means shimmers with fact and middle on Each web page.”—Cheryl Strayed
“Each deep feeling a human is in a position to will probably be shaken free by way of this profound Guide. Ariel Levy has taken grief and made artwork out of it.”—David Sedaris
“Fantastically crafted . . . This Guide is haunting; it’s sensible and attractive. It was once so engrossing that I Learn it in an afternoon.”—The New York Instances Guide Review
“Levy’s sensible and poignant memoir is the voice of a brand new technology of ladies, filled with grit, pathos, fact, and concept. Being in her presence is energizing and ennobling. Studying her deep little Guide is inspiring.”—San Francisco Guide Review
“Levy has the uncommon present of seeing herself with fierce, unforgiving readability. And she or he deploys prose to compare, uncooked and agile. She plumbs the commotion deep inside and takes the degree of her have-it-all technology.”—The Atlantic
“Cheryl Strayed meets a Nora Ephron film. You’ll snort, unsightly cry, and end it sooner than the weekend’s over.”—theSkimm