Recently single, Danny Wallace was falling into loneliness and isolation. When a stranger on a bus advises, "Say yes more," Wallace vows to say yes to every offer, invitation, challenge, and chance.
In Yes Man, Wallace recounts his months-long commitment to complete openness with profound insight and humbling honesty. Saying yes takes Wallace into a new plane of existence: a place where money comes as easily as it goes, nodding a lot can lead to a long weekend overseas with new friends, and romance isn't as complicated as it seems. Yes eventually leads to the biggest question of all: "Do you, Danny Wallace, take this woman . . ."
Yes Man is inspiring proof that a little willingness can take anyone to the most wonderful of places.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
I didn't see the movie. I'm not at all familiar with the author's other accomplishments. I have no idea whether this is a memoir or a fantasy or serious evangelism. I don't care about any of that ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - UberButter - LibraryThing
Yes Man by Danny Wallace 388 pages ★★★★ Did you see the film, Yes Man, with Jim Carrey? Well this book is what the film is loosely based off…and I do mean loosely. And while I enjoy the film, if ... Read full review
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