It’s a story about the love of sex, far-flung friends, frustrating family and getting lost in time zones.
In this snappy memoir, Christine Wild pours us a glass and invites us to take a scalper to her life. Drunk on possibilities, we follow Wild’s thoughts on post-modernism, her mistakes and raucous trysts, from Vancouver to the Balkans, via the French Riviera, in an often hilarious personal quest for meaning.
Her exploration of intimacy and modern relationships in the age of Tinder, the gig-economy and major FOMO has us asking: What do real “love” and “success” entail? How do we navigate the expectations we set for ourselves while carrying the weight of expectations others set for us?