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Having read some of Rachel’s other work “ A walk in the snark” was not really what I was expecting, despite the fact I was already told that it’s mostly humour.Very quickly though, her sparkling narrative conjures up the feeling that you’re chatting with an old friend who knows what life is all about and is more than willing to tell it like it is.
Her witty observations about men and women are spot on, getting straight to the heart of the matter whether it’s the age old battle of the TV remotes or the whole “I’m fine” thing.(If you don’t understand that phrase then you really need to read the book and let Rachel deconstruct it for you!)
Beware though.Because while it might appear to be a breezy light hearted read on the surface, she really throws you for a loop every now and then.
What do I mean?Well, interspersed with her lively banter Rachel delivers a devastatingly honest account of how her ex’s suicide turned her world upside down and impacted on her own life.
One minute you’re laughing out loud and the next your hearts breaking.Sounds like an odd mix doesn’t it?But she carries it off with finesse.So go on what are you waiting for?Go and read this peanut butter and Jell-O sandwich of a book, you’ll be glad you did!