I would recommend this book it is lighthearted and just a feelgood book.
I loved the dialog between the authors current self and eighteen year old self. As well as the dialog between her and her dog Peggy.
I loved everything about it she was energetic and it felt you where on a lunch date with her having a conversation.
This book made me laugh out loud multiple times.
Okay, so I am a fan of Miranda Hart. And this book and performance doesn't disappoint. I haven't read the paper copy of this, but I can't help but feel that you must miss something if you don't get the joy of Miranda Hart's delivery of her own words. Of course, I might be biased, so sometime I'll have to pick up a copy.
While this is a book about life lessons, and - as she calls them - the 'little moments', it manages to be thoughtful without being preachy. It's also very humorous, and full of the nearly-mortifying anecdotes I expect from Miranda Hart. The device of the narrator speaking to her younger self is also very effective, and somehow, the 2 characters are clearly distinguished to the listener - truly a show of Miranda's talent.
It's a wonderful listen, and I can't recommend it enough.
She is a fantastic comedian but the book is boring drivel. I was excited that she was reading it herself but it just didn't happen for me.
Yes I will listen to this delightful book again, it simple wonderful. Laugh out loud funny and heartwarming familiar, Miranda takes us through a journey of the keys of life. Great! Made even better by Miranda herself reading it.
Very much wished to listen to this book in one sitting and never wanting it to end!
Thoroughly enjoyable- highly recommended!
Now we just need MORE MIRANDA!!
Miranda Hart is funny, funny, funny. Laugh out loud funny. Brilliant listen. Absolutely recommend this audio book.
I'm an avid reader of many genres and issues. Audiobooks sometimes bring books into 3D , and when that happens its brilliant!
Only 38 years old when is is written and nothing much in one sense to write about except she is a very funny woman. The trick of speaking to her 18 year old self is illuminating, and carries some great insights into growing up. Her humour is very "British", and a sense of the absurd in everyday experiences. Great fun!
Slow start, you think Miranda Hart is just waffling on at first but the book has a solid core and a really good point to it.
18 year old Miranda is a joy.
The conversational style. This is one of those books that is best listened to rather than read.
If I told you it would be a spoiler alert, but I'm smiling as I write this.
not bad! fairly repetitive but true to Miranda Hart's style. Entertaining for different ages.
true to kind
Funny, delightful, clever
Miranda - present day
Who doesn't find teenagers a little trying??? (sorry teens)
I loved listening to Miranda do her own narration but it was a little hard to listen to her doing the voice of little Miranda especially listening with ear bud headphones
I certainly had a number of laugh out loud moments and cringed at times when the stories came a little too close to home
I just adore Miranda
Near the top - partly by serendipity, I was in hospitals a lot and Hart's kind and funny book was a cheerful counterpoint
Little Miranda. The interplay with her younger self was very sweet.
Her TV and radio performances. I liked the way she handled the audiobook narration - very chatty and warm, with lots of asides and quips.
Lots of laughter. It's not stand-up comedy, but there were several moments I had to rewind because I was wheezing with laughter.
I wish it were twice as long. Just delightful.