Yes Man

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Simon and Schuster, May 11, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
308 Reviews
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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Wallace has a fun writing style, very easy to read and - Goodreads
I enjoyed the ending as well. - Goodreads
The romantic sub-plot was very predictable. - Goodreads
Don't always love the writing but love the story - Goodreads
Wallace is a very good writer and original. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Mat Webb - Goodreads

Loved this book! As good as 'join me' - though provoking, moving and very funny! Read full review

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User Review  - Dani - Goodreads

This book takes me back to when I lived in London and the concept of this seemed totally possible! I 'loled' many a time which took me by surprise, I didn't think I would like it this much! I couldn't really get into the other Danny Wallace books unfortunately, however this book is def a 5/5. Read full review

Contents

In which we Set the Scene
In which Daniel Becomes Increasingly Excited
In which Daniel Lifts Up His Head and Beholds
In which Daniel Receiyes word from
In which Daniel Breaks the
In which Daniel Proposes a Theory Attends
Party and yeXes a Riyal
In which Daniel Upsets a Stranger
In which Daniel and Lizzie Clinib a Mountain
In which Daniel Receiyes SOITIE Unexpected
In hich DanielI Tern ted E il
In which Daniel Finally Has a Polite
In which the Reader Is Required to Read
In which Daniel Meets His Match
In which Daniel Coes Far Beyond the Call
In which Daniel Faces a Terrible Crisis

In which Daniel Undertakes a Most Unusual
y ery Disturbing Predicanlent
Piece of News
In which Daniel Is Content
In which Daniel Makes a Terrible Admission
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About the author (2010)

Danny Wallace is a cult leader, a producer, and a comedian. He is the author of the number one British bestseller Join Me, which is currently being adapted for film. BBC America recently and bizarrely dubbed him "one of Britain's most respected journalists," but perhaps Playboy had a more accurate description of him: "F***ing brilliant." He is twenty-seven and lives in an old match factory in London.

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