I was looking for some lightweight chick lit, and to learn a bit about Tinder! Definitely got some insights into that as a platform, methinks, and the main character was written in a way that feel like want to get behind her and push her on. It’s not a book I’m going to read over and over but I enjoyed it!
Recommended read for some of our courses, so I dipped my head in. Information clearly set out, some repetition (but that helps the ideas stick), got to about page 75 before I started to really learn some new stuff (made me happy as means my knowledge is good!), and learnt quite a few tips that I’d like to carry out – and reading on kindle meant it was easy to follow links. Have downloaded a couple of his other books.
I’ve enjoyed Stacey’s documentaries in the past – they are not traditional documentaries, but that is a plus so far as I’m concerned. From this book, it seems that she does her research before going on a trip. I can hear her voice, plus the voices of the other women who she is seeking to highlight, within this book.
I saw the trailer for this film (upcoming with Jennifer Anniston) … trying to decide if I want to give it a 3 or a 4 – hidden within quite a fluffy book, was some decent thoughts about body positivity – and the fact that many people struggle with being truly body positive (and the internal monologue still looks at those around you, which is not necessarily nice)… Taken on face value, an enjoyable read, with a much deeper message in there.
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