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Publisher's Summary

This audiobook includes exclusive introductions to a select number of Charly’s poems, an interview between herself and her friend, Jack Harries, and music from Tom Rosenthal.

She Must be Mad explores coming-of-age: the pain and beauty of love, the relief and the agony of turning from girl to woman, the isolation of an untethered mind and the power and subjugation of the body.

Charly captures the formative experiences of today’s young women from the poignant to the prosaic in writing that is at once witty, wry and heartfelt. Wayward nights out that don’t go as planned; the righteous anger at those men with no talent or skill or smarts who occupy the most powerful positions in the world; the strange banality of madness and, of course, the hurt and indecision of unrequited love.

For every woman surviving and thriving in today’s world, for every girl who feels too much; this is a call for communion, and you are not alone.

©2018 Charly Cox; Gone Gone ©Tom Rosenthal; Got Gold ©Tom Rosenthal; Was It You Who I Saw ©Tom Rosenthal (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

"Charly constantly astounds me with how inspired she is. It can be patronizing to mention someone’s age when they are very young, as if that’s their only USP; but it’s relevant here, because Charly’s poetry really encapsulates what it is to be a young woman. All the tensions and anxieties and new discoveries." (Pandora Sykes)

"Charly is social media’s answer to Carol Ann Duffy, if Carol Ann Duffy asked the question: 'How can I enjoy poetry whilst checking my Instagram feed on the toilet?' She’s funny and heartfelt and brilliant, she always seems to know how to make you feel less alone." (Sunday Times - Style)

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It’s ok

The poetry is ok, but the volume keeps going up and down, which is really annoying.