By Jon Ronson
New York Times–bestselling writer of The Psychopath Test Jon Ronson writes in regards to the darkish, uncanny aspects of humanity with readability and humor. Lost at Sea—now with new material—reveals how deep our collective craziness lies, even within the so much mundane circumstances.
Ronson investigates the unusual issues we’re prepared to think in, from robots programmed with our family’ personalities to indigo young children to the Insane Clown Posse’s juggalo lovers. He appears to be like at usual lives that tackle awesome views. between them: a pop singer whose maximum ardour is the arrival alien invasion, assisted-suicide practitioners, and an Alaskan town’s Christmas-induced highschool mass-murder plot. He explores a majority of these stories with a feeling of upper goal and universality, but they're tales no longer concerning the edge of society. they're approximately we all. Incisive and hilarious, poignant and maddening, revealing and disturbing—Ronson writes approximately our glossy global, and divulges how deep our collective craziness lies, and the chaos stirring on the fringe of our day-by-day lives.