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I have become tired of autobiographies recently because they are simply a description of what has happened with no sense of what people have learnt about themselves and how they have dealt with their challenges. But this one was absolutely brilliant. The 25% about life leading up to the end of The Splits was fantastic if you were a teenager in the 70s. And the rest was equally good. What an incredible life she has led, full of shocks and surprises and her book manages to share her emotional state and self awareness in short and snappy chapters. I loved it. The best autobiography I have read for a very long time.