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  • Always-hilarious Aziz Ansari proves you can be smart and funny at the same time. Not only did I laugh my ass off, I really learned stuff. Where was this book when I was 22 years old?

    Steve Levitt, co-author of Freakonomics
  • Modern Romance is just like Aziz Ansari himself-charming, thoughtful, reasonable, and able to distill the madness of the world into something both sane and wildly funny

    Dave Eggers
  • Laughing is my second least-favorite thing in the world after thinking. This book was torture. Not a page passed without an unwanted eruption of giggles or insight. Aziz is funny as hell, and smart as shit

    Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Eating Animals
  • It's the voices that will have you reading this remarkable book in one sitting! The voices of old people who married someone who lived in their apartment building or the building next door and the voices of the young people who check out hundreds of romantic possibilities a night, with so much choice that choice becomes impossible. And then there is the voice of Ansari himself, funny, of course, but also deeply compassionate. This book defines serious fun

    Sherry Turkle, Abby Rockefeller Mauzé Professor of the Social Studies of Science and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and author of Alone Together and Reclaiming Conversation
  • Ansari and Klinenberg elegantly capture the entirely new ways that singles communicate, court, and find love today. Modern Romance is a captivating read, with deep insight into history, science, and culture, and loads of wit and charm. Along the way, you may even collect some valuable tips for finding a soul mate

    Helen Fisher, Senior Research Fellow, The Kinsey Institute; author of Why Him? Why Her?
  • [Ansari and Klinenberg's] book presents all kinds of fun trivia about how the business of romance is conducted, as well as raising some interesting questions about how 21st-century humans form meaningful connections. If indeed they do. Ansari has pulled it off: a thinky book that's funny, too

    Esquire

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