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'Funnily enough' had me hooked on Sophie's books,
This review is from: Funnily Enough (Paperback)
This is a very unusual book, in that it tells the author's story of good and hard times in her life with complete honesty, and also talks about 'church' without having to apologise or explain. Reading it at a time when I was feeling a bit low was the tonic I needed (can you buy a 'tonic' these days? I was often given one as a child, but they don't seem to exist now, apart form in book form!)
I went on to read Sophie's African book, which was even more hilarious, and discovered what an amazing artist she is, as well as an extremely good writer.
'The secrets of filming Swallows and Amazons' is only available on Kindle, but I've just read that. Anyone with an interest in film, Arthur Ransome, sailing, outdoor activities, or just wants a good laugh must read it, and please can we have it in print form asap?