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Drinking Games: A Memoir

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Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 9781250280589
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Language: English
Page Count: 263
Publication Date: 1/3/2023
Size: 8.55" l x 5.62" w x 1.16"
Series: N/A

On paper, Sarah Levy's life was on track. She was 28, living in New York City, working a great job, and socialising every weekend. But Sarah had a secret: her relationship with alcohol was becoming toxic. And only she could save herself.

Drinking Games explores the role alcohol has in our formative years, and what it means to opt out of a culture completely enmeshed in drinking. It's an examination of what our short-term choices about alcohol do to our long-term selves and how they challenge our ability to be vulnerable enough to discover what we really want in life.

Candid and dynamic, this book speaks to the all-consuming cycle of working hard, playing harder, and trying to look perfect while you're at it. Sarah takes us by the hand through her personal journey with blackouts, dating, relationships, wellness culture, startups, social media, friendship, and self-discovery.

In this intimate and darkly funny memoir, she stumbles through her twenties, explores the impact alcohol has on relationships and identity, and shows us how life's messiest moments can end up being the most profound.

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