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One of the reviews I read for this book said "cringe-worthy", and shortly into the story I realized it absolutely IS cringe-worthy... but I am SO glad I listened to it anyway! This book is unlike any I have ever read or listened to, and I am so glad that I didn't miss out. I cringed, I laughed out loud more than once, I found myself almost in tears at one point, and now I'm sad that it's over, but happy that I read it. Easily 5 stars
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Really fantastic writing! Witty, relatable and totally engaging.
The narration was stellar by all three characters as well.
Will definitely be looking forward to more from this author!
Feminism how it should be, honest and gory in its detail ( but not in a horrid way!) it was really well written and (key) really well read by different actors and Dawn - I haven't been able to stop listening! I've enjoyed it immensely and cannot wait for more by Dawn. I loved her other books (though I'm definitely not a teenager) but this was more realistic and I felt really connected to the characters.Such a gem of a book I'd recommend it to women and men such a breathe a fresh air from chick lit. Go read it 😊
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
And there have been loads, trust me! Truly excellent and delivered on every level. A must listen for anyone.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
From cover to cover I loved every minute of this book! I laughed, cried, cringed and blushed. I'd never read anything from Dawn O'Porter before but i will be eagerly awaiting her next book!
This is a book I will recommend to friends. It was well written, well paced and, best of all, the characters were relevant, well developed and believable. The author paints a fascinating picture of womanhood and feminism in the 21st century, particularly focusing on the irrepressible impact of the internet in modern day life.
The story gets a little out there at the end but it was so enjoyably put together that I didn't mind much. The only other slight criticism I have is that it addressed only a very few of the issues significant to modern feminism and ignored the rest. We got motherhood, workplace sexism, heterosexual promiscuity and that's it. A very minor criticism because there's obviously a limit to how many topics can feature in a novel. I think I kept coming up with more "but what about...?" questions than the author answered.