9 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Shallow and juvenile,
By A Customer
This review is from: My Life On a Plate (Paperback)
If you think bodily functions and domestic squalor are funny, this book will make you laugh. It belongs to a particular school of English women's writing that has flourished at least since I became an adult. It's nothing new. If only it would become old. After a few pages, I left the central character to her smelly hamster cage and her bottle of chardonnay (opened at teatime and consumed before dinner).