Mutton Paperback – 1 Aug 2013
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Every so often you will hit a line so funny and true it will make you gasp out loud . . . sharp and bracing as a Claridges martini (Jenny Colgan Daily Telegraph)
Had me choking with laughter . . . Knight has pulled off a clever trick here. With humour and wit, she's addressed the serious subject of how to swallow the bitter pill of ageing not necessarily gracefully (Evening Standard)
The glorious fourth novel from Sunday Times columnist India Knight . . . An honest, funny book about the complexities of middle age and a reminder that life is for living, with passion and gusto, whatever your age (Hello!)
A very funny exploration of ageing written with the author's trademark wit (Sunday Mirror)
The funniest novel about the female midlife crisis (The Times)
Breathless, colourful, hilarious and honest (Daily Mail)
About the Author
India Knight is the author of three previous novels: My Life on a Plate, Don't You Want Me and Comfort and Joy. Her non-fiction books include The Shops, the bestselling diet book Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet, the accompanying bestselling cookbook Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet Cookbook and The Thrift Book. India is a columnist for the Sunday Times and lives in London with her three children.
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I love everything this woman writes, she writes in a 'spit your drink out' way that sometimes will have you squealing with laughter which will probably concern your dog.
Thanks to the media and films, older women already punish themselves enough for being middle aged, and feel unattractive if men are not falling at their feet. Middle aged men, on the other hand, are encouraged to hunt for women in their twenties and still think they're drop dead gorgeous. Instead of leading the way for a radical revolution, to empower women's thinking, or to contribute anything original to the subject, Knight lays into herself and other middle aged women, in a mocking, cruel manner, which serves only to further humiliate women and damage the feminist cause.
Sad, because I expected more.
Not for me.
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