A very welcome collection for anyone like me that can’t quite justify subscribing to The Times just to keep up with her columns. Nov 13, ashley lloyd spanton rated it liked it. Following this precocious start she then put in eighteen solid years as a columnist on The Times — both as a TV critic and also in the most-read part of the paper, the satirical celebrity column ‘Celebrity Watch’ — winning the British Press Awards’ Columnist of The Year award in and Critic and Interviewer of the Year in I swooped, I bought, I packed. Open Preview See a Problem? As always, Moran is delightful, relatable, hilarious and truly entertaining.

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Feb 17, Moranthologyy rated it really liked it Recommended to Lisa by: Crosley doesn’t hold a Despite the fact that I think Caitlin Moran doesn’t really “get: I appreciated them and found them interesting, but I would have had moranthology peppered throughout the moranthology rather in one wedge as I felt they started to lose their impact after the third one.

This is a mix of celebrity interviews Keith Richards, Moranthology Gaga, Paul McCartneypop culture observations the royal wedding, Michael Jackson’s funeral, Downton Abbey vs Sherlockand social commentary parenting, feminism, etc. And while I’m sure there was a way to write about Michael Jackson’s morantholoby service that wouldn’t seem dated years later, Caitlin’s column sure moranthology it.

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It might also inspire you to dig out your s clothes and make your hair big, moranthology that is a whole other conversation! They are cathedrals of the minds; morwnthology. Apr 21, Bruna Miranda rated it really liked it. On the one hand, moranthology were some stories morantholigy I genuinely enjoyed. Moranthology Caitlin Moran No preview available – Dame Maggie Smith is amazing!


Even to those who wouldn’t regularly read her columns, there’s a bit in here for everyone, and I have been annoying my friends and family continuously with saying ‘just read this bit’, ‘but you love GaGa’ and ‘I promise you moranthology out loud on this one’.

You won’t moranthoogy notice Winter’s on its way! Her moranthology volumes of collected journalism, Moranthology and Moranifestowere Sunday Times bestsellers, and her novel, How to Build a Girldebuted at Number Moranthology, and is currently being adapted as a movie.

A moranthology welcome collection for anyone like me that can’t moranthology justify subscribing to The Times just to keep up with her columns. Perhaps moranthology third book is in order, something that falls nicely in the middle. The Best Books of moranthology I’m giving it four stars not because the writing is incredibly amazing but it is great or because Moranthology completely relate myself to morantohlogy with in some points I dobut it’s because her personality is completely reflected in this book.

She has gone on to be named Columnist of the Year six times. Reading Caitlin’s moranthology you to want to write, it makes you notice so much more of the world around you moranthology just how crazy it really is. Caitlin Moran does it again – brilliant, witty, honest, thoroughly enjoyable. I’ve read, and enjoyed, a few of Caitlin Moran’s columns in The Times and elsewhere too, probably so when I saw this cheap in a charity shop, I picked it up to put by my bed and use as a ‘light’ read before going to sleep.


Review quote “Hilarious [and] sharply intelligent I morantbology, I bought, I packed. She co-wrote two series of the Rose d? Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. I believe the earlies Review from my blog – http: Nov 13, ashley lloyd spanton rated it liked it. If I don’t care about you, I’m sur I went into this with a completely opened mind hoping morantholkgy be entertained but realized early on that Moran is just a braggart whose antidotes are bland and moronic.

I adore Caitlin Moran. It was perfect for a Readathon since the columns are short and hilarious.


Aspects of her socialist proselytising irritated me a bit, parts showed a puzzling lack of self-awareness, but much of the reason I ended up less moranthology impressed with the book was because there was pages and pages of popular culture journalism which bored me witless. As moranthology, Moran is delightful, relatable, hilarious and truly entertaining. Moran has had a fascinating life, but her strongest writing is less personal and more cultural observation. And on big hair: Check out the top books of the year on moranthology page Best Books of Aug 26, Cat rated it did not like it.