This has been my favorite audiobook. Caitlin's delivery makes her words that much more relatable and funny. There were many times I didn't want to leave the car.
I've read many feminist texts, but this is the first that actually gave me hope about the fate of feminism and women in general. She balances the hysterical with the poignant and moving, and makes some truly excellent points in ways I've not heard before. There is something for everyone here.
Caitlin's voice is such a part of her writing that hearing her read it makes it so much more effective.
"Not for grandma, unless your grandma enjoys shocking vulgarity."
It would definitely depend on the friend. The topic is depressing, but the author does a nice job crafting some really unique, believable characters. She also confronts head-on that there just is no silver lining to some situations, which some people might struggle with.
I was not totally pleased, though admittedly, I can't really imagine how I would have liked it to end.
You will cry, you will consider really big, difficult questions, and you will cry again.
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