I only listened to this once but hey, rather like pouring spaghetti from a pan, I found myself listening to it all in one go.
Danny Wallace has an engaging way of telling his preposterous tales and he takes one along as a willing sap. This is long flight/beach holiday type listening but still manages to provide some pause for thought. Lovely stuff!
A wonderful book. Moran really has nailed the funny, frustrating and infuriating absurdities and injustices of everyday life for the modern woman. For me this book expresses really well a lot of the things women need to be fighting against and fighting for. And every issue is explored with great thoroughness, every argument rigorously evidenced. But it's not an academic text or political manifesto - it's a very entertaining, funny and often heartwarming autobiography, sometimes uncomfortable (the chapter on childbirth is not for the faint-hearted) but rightly so. And the author's reading is vibrant, emphatic and life-affirming. I found fifteen minutes with Caitlin a great tonic! Can't recommend this highly enough.