Absolutly loved it. The author read it amazingly, the way I knew it was how it was supposed to be read. Definitely opened my eyes and is relatable. I will without a doubt listen to this again. I'm even going to buy copies for my family.
What a pleasure! Smart, progressive, interesting, funny, and read by the author--read by an author who is a great reader, and who has a fun accent. I can't wait to listen to How To Build A Girl.
I like that it was read by the author and some interesting perspectives. Not sure I agree with everything she had to say but a good listen nonetheless.
Sometimes she yells during the narration - careful your volume isn't turned up or you'll bust an eardrum!
I love listening to stories while driving or running on the treadmill. A great plot, well formed characters and a little romance will take me miles away.
Loved, loved, loved this book! She had me laughing so hard that I had to stop the car to catch my breath. But best of all, Caitlin had me thinking, really thinking, about what it means to be a feminist, about popular culture, about all of the complications and strengths of being a woman. Not for the squeamish but I would highly recommend anything this brilliant woman writes.
Busy full time student and part-time fitness instructor. I'm a sucker for lattes and wine.
Way too relate-able. Great new perspective on things that I had never thought about. The reader's accent made it a little difficult to understand sometimes, and sometimes it was just downright annoying. But the content is fantastic.
I actually had the hard copy of this book and had read some of it already, but lacking the time to finish the hard copy, I got lazy and started listening to it.
Maybe I had higher hopes for the narration. The hard copy book made me laugh out loud. Caitlyn Moran however, can't deliver her own jokes. Her voice falls towards the end of her sentences and when the timing needs to be seized for the punchline, she misses it.
GREAT book however. We were raised in the same decade in the UK so many of the references were hilariously familiar. I also have peed standing up at Glastonbury, in a maxi dress.