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Amazing Disgrace: A Book About "Shame"

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How sexist the world is, in particular her experiences in the world of tv/comedy and how men don’t take her seriously at all. Set both in Tuscany and in the trendy haunts of London, this is the hilarious sequel to Cooking with Fernet Branca. Such an honest and loving and relatable book that doesn't try to be sophisticated and in the process becomes sophisticated in its unpretentiousness and its raw tone.

it’s definitely a funny read, although there was more about politics than shame, but i suppose that’s just because of who she is. Soo surprised at how much I enjoyed this, found myself addicted to learning about her life, and made me aware of how much shame I was carrying in my life. grace details the essence of what it is to be a woman in today’s world and made you feel that little bit less alone. The rest of the book however, I just didn’t enjoy, I found myself skipping some pages as it felt repetitive and just not great to read. A Audible é um serviço de entretenimento em áudio que oferece aos assinantes acesso ilimitado a mais de 100 mil audiolivros, além da possibilidade de adquirir um catálogo adicional de mais de 300 mil títulos de audiolivros com desconto.I’ve loved Grace Campbell since I discovered her on the podcast she does with her Dad and was lucky enough to catch her doing her Edinburgh show in London not long before covid hit. From the first encounter, when Grace pleasures herself, to the wild drug and drink fuelled nights of one night stands, as well as her journey learning to love herself, vagina included. She adds trigger warnings and acknowledges her imperfections, faults and where she is still learning. The only part that I found dragged a bit was around the opening chapters when she talks about her childhood hatred for Tony Blair a lot, which feels a bit aimless and isn't something many people (nobody?

Grace Campbell makes no bones about her privileged background and this is refreshing and leads to a book that is both an autobiography and an empowering guide to how to accept yourself and every part of you.I am a self-professed alcoholic bookworm who has spent a substantial period of her life falling into very similar traps as Grace Campbell.

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