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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 19 March 2012
Andrea is my faviourte Loose Woman. I have absoulutely enjoyed reading about her life and how she has strived on becoming a person. I relate to her in a way and she's just worked out what life is about just as we all have to at some point in life. I still feel that she has a lot more to sort out and that the image she holds about herself is still in the making. One doesn't need that glass of wine to dim sadness inside; or look forward to work to avoid facing seemingly small problems with kids. I wish Andrea explored her relationship with her mother more, I would have understood her more as a person.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 23 February 2012
Read this book in a couple of days. Excellent read, totally honest and open. One of the more interesting autobiographies. Loved reading about the childhood years in Africa. Great book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 19 March 2012
This was the first book I read on my new kindle. I enjoyed it so much, I could not put it down (hence it being the quickest book I have read for ages). I found this book inspiring and related to slot of Andrea's earlier years. I fully recommend this book.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 6 February 2012
Read in 48 hours! I have always liked Andrea and fascinating to have an insight into her colourful life. Well written and humourous x
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 February 2012
I may still be young but this brought tears and laughter, and you really feel for Andrea and her current situation after reading this amazing autobiography. I would recommend it to anybody because it's such a great read and you learn to understand that life is never really perfect and you can choose to move on and learn from experiences. If I could rate it higher than 5 stars then I would because it really deserves it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 6 March 2012
Brilliant read, well written, honest and funny. Not usually the book I go for however I'm glad I did. I admire Andrea McLean, she is a hardworking devoted mother who has worked extremely hard to be where she is.This book shows that. Good luck to her. Hope there will be a part two.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 15 June 2014
I thourally enjoyed this book Andrea writes in a witty fast moving way ..... she has had an interesting life that is gripping in parts ...you can tell the words are hers..she makes you laugh and cry and I want to read her next book so get writing Andrea x
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This was very amusing in some ways, and interesting in others. There were lots I didn't realize about Andrea McLean. I read the bit about the bullying when she was younger and how she looks upon it now, I tend to agree with her!
Bullying is all around us, the bullies still bully out of school when adults, they just have a bigger playground! but as she says, they are weak.

I didn't realize she had been so ill either.

It made for very interesting reading as I only ever saw her on Loose Women and didn't realize how she got into television
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 6 February 2012
I pre-ordered the book,i have always liked Andrea she is a lovely lady and really looked forward to reading her story,she had a fantastic childhood and parents every child would wish for,commited,dedicated,loving,steadfast,firm/fair... you can tell throughout the book the love and respect that Andrea has for her mum & dad,i felt she beat herself up about things thats gone wrong in her personal life as though the blame lay soley with her,which would not be the case,with the love and support from her loving family and two beautiful children i hope the sun will shine for her real soon. A 5* read
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on 22 September 2013
Written v much as she speaks - seems to have been published without re-reading first - not particularly well written, all me me me me me. Constant underpinning self pity - liked her less and less as read the book, found her selfish, constantly whining about her life....she could be a lot worse off - I wish I hadn't read it - preferred her on screen. The woman in the book just bored and irritated me. Wouldn't buy her books again. Squirrel 59 - Sun 22.9.13
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