This book is absolutely brilliantly written and I can’t believe it took me so long to get to it.
While I do love Shappi for her comedic side, this book is a touching, wonderful book which made me cry, laugh and smile all throughout.
The honesty with which it is written is refreshing and I couldn’t put it down.
Shappi is one of my favourite comediennes and I never could’ve imagined the life she lived before she came to England and even after.
It was so vivid, and detailed and amusing but there were parts that left me with an inexplicable sadness. Even if you aren’t a Shappi Khorsandi fan read this book, because of its human element.