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on 4 September 2012
The more I read this book the more my eyes widened at the things I was recognising from my own life - some of the thought processes described, some of the reactions.
Arabella Weir mainly describes the food-related parts of her life with humour but I did feel that sometimes the humour took on a darker, self-pitying edge. I don't feel it detracted much, though.
Overall I thought this book was fairly entertaining and good for a bit of light reading. I wasn't sure whether to give 3 or 4 stars, what I really wanted to give was 3½.