A Best Book of the Year for The NYTimes, NPR, Washington Post, Time, "My year of Rest and Relaxation" has been called a "strange, exhilarating triumph . . . sad, funny, astonishing and unforgettable" (EW). It is the shocking and tender story of a young woman's efforts to duck the ills of the world with the help of one of the worst psychiatrists in the world. For the New Yorker, "Ottessa Moshfegh is the most interesting contemporary American writer on the subject of being alive when being alive feels terrible."
AS USUAL, AFTER THE DISCUSSION WE'LL GO TO WILDE BAR FOR DINNER/DRINKS/GOSSIP. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THEN!