I enjoyed most of it. Needless to say, I identify with the title. But I really would have liked a more "fist in the air" style or voice. Cagen seems to vascilate between explaining, apologizing for, and then advocating quirkyaloneness. But I think she falls short of the manifesto she claims in the subtitle.
Really cute book about those who avoid serial monogamy in favor of discovering themselves and humanity. Fantastic illustrations.
interesting stuff. i think i've been a quirkylotsofstuff and then became a quirkytogether by luck.
really neat! a fun read and lots to think about afterwards.
Interesting book. I was interested because of the International Quirky Alone Day in February. It's some sort of world-wide movement that has yet to catch on in the States.
Are you alone? Do you like it that way? Do you sometimes have a hard time understanding why everyone else is so worried about whether you have a mate or not? Do you want to celebrate your oneness instead of apologizing for it. This is the book for you. We all loved it so much we had a Quirkyalone valentines party last year.