I was quickly captured by her first person narrative that managed to engage (and not pander to) her audience in exploring her quest for her perfect match.
Here's the problem I have with memoirs - why do average Joes think their story is the one that should be told . Amy Webb delivers a poignant, honest portrayal of the modern search for love.
Sadly, that wasn't enough to make me rate this shallow bit of nonsense more than 1 Star, so let's focus on Goldblum some more : ) 3 down - 2 to go.
Data, A Love Story: How I Gamed Online Dating to Meet My Match is a lively, thought-provoking memoir about how one woman “gamed” the world of online dating—and met her eventual husband. If I just date enough men, she Amy Webb delivers a poignant, honest portrayal of the modern search for love.
Thanks to Data, a Love Story, their odds just got a whole lot better. Her world of internet dating is as gruesome as the one I remember, but with spreadsheets in hand she decides to "game the system." Early in the book she dates widely, trying to meet her familial obligations as well as play the numbers.
The hard part is being completely honest about a) who you are, and b) what you want out of online dating.
So when I heard about Data, A Love Story I was immediately intrigued.
Partly because I like funny lady memoirs, partly because I’m always into people who are smart enough to game things—especially Internety things, b I met my boyfriend online.