Siri, Who Am I?

Sam Tschida (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Quirk Books
Publish Date
January 12, 2021
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.2 X 8.0 X 1.0 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781683691686

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About the Author

Sam Tschida (pronounced cheetah) is from the wilds of Minnesota, where she lives with a motley crew of kids, dogs, and one handsome man. She is the co-founder of ManuFixed, an editorial consulting company and a writing workshop that services the Twin Cities. In her spare time she runs, exercises, and watches Netflix.

Reviews

"A strong debut that's fun and funny, perfect for lovers of modern romantic comedies and light mysteries."--Kirkus Reviews

"Tschida's debut is a millennial Bridget Jones's Diary meets Legally Blonde."--Booklist

"Fun and satisfying. This entertaining romance puts a cute twist on the genre."--Publishers Weekly

"Tschida's debut is a fun, effervescent ride that explores selfie culture and how it defines us. Amnesiac Mia is fearless in how she navigates the world. You'll be hooked by the core mystery as you journey with Mia to uncover who she really is."--Roselle Lim, author of Natalie Tan's Book of Luck and Fortune & Vanessa Yu's Magical Paris Teashop

"Hustlers meets The Vow--a twistier, slightly darker, millennial The Vow--in this funny and entertaining women's fiction novel. Filled with hilarity, mystery and self-discovery, Siri, Who Am I? is a fun, enjoyable story that I consumed from beginning to end."--Naima Simone, USA Today bestselling author of the WAGS series

"Wry and witty with surprising depth, Siri, Who Am I? is a satire of our Instagram-obsessed world, but it's also a sweet love story and an incisive look at one young woman's decision to change her life after it's been changed for her."--Katie Noah Gibson, Shelf Awareness

"This witty story checks all the boxes for readers looking for a sharp-edged, highly entertaining look at selfie culture, along with soupçon of romance."--Shelf Awareness