I loved this book and found it be a hugely entertaining read. On a more serious note it made me reflect on some of the beliefs I hold surrounding my own and others personal safety. My traditional view of personal safety was of avoiding being physically attacked, but now I consider it to be a wider concept. In the past I have endured situations that made me feel uncomfortable because I was embarrassed/didn't want to seem rude/didn't want to make a scene etc. After reading this book I feel empowered to do what feels right for me in terms of maintaining my own personal safety.