Caitlin Moran does it again. I am a fan of her writings in the Times. Yes, it can be a bit loud to many but for me it is okay. Coming to this book, Moran was able to merge incidences in her life with relatable stories about the way a woman would feel and how they face life. She was able to tell hilariously, the journey of a woman from cradle to infant to teenager to boyfriends to marriage to having babies, etc.
She tells us heavens will not fall if we feel somewhat rubbish and act somewhat rubbish.