Frighteningly true. Only thing was it made me feel very bitter while reading it. Not French's fault!Published 22 days ago by Jas
This is probably one of my favourite books ever. I first read it in the 80's as a young 20 something and was struck even then by the expereinces of Myra.. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shazzer
This book dared to put in to words the anger that so many women continue to carry around inside themselves today as they navigate what still remains a man's world. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sly
I'm sort of glad I didn't read this sooner - its very powerful. Luckily, its the right time for me to see such observation in a positive way.
A 'must read' for women and men.
"It also means they can accept you, because we don't see what we can't accept, we blot it out, we jam it hastily in one stereotypic box or another. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J.P
One of the most brilliant books I have ever read. If you enjoy literature that can expand your mind, this is certainly worth a read.Published 15 months ago by phillipa
This book should be read by all women. Although the setting is a little dated, so much still rings true and there are many lessons that still apply today. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Miss L E Rayner
It is such a pain having to write a review for these things when all i want to say is that it is just as |I expected and it came in good time.Published 18 months ago by Mrs R fullarton