This is a book I listened to on the Audible app and it was narrated by Fiona Hardingham.
I chose this book because I’m a fan of Kinsella’s stories. The first book I read of hers was The Undomestic Goddess that had me laughing so hard I was in tears. I then moved on to the Confessions of a Shopaholic series and I’ve also read some of her standalone books in between.
Her books tend to feature a young female protagonist navigating her life working in commercial London. Perhaps, that’s why I can relate as I too am a young woman living and working in London. Although that may be what draws me in, what causes me to stay are the outrageously comical plots.
My Not So Perfect Life follows the life of Katie; a recent university graduate who has moved from Yorkshire to London to pursue a career in advertising. The story tells of the troubles she faces socially, work-related and in her relationships, but also her breakthroughs.
I recommend this book to young people who have embarked on a journey to pursue a career which requires them moving away from what’s familiar. This story will encourage you – you aren’t the only one! And if you like a good laugh – or several – this is the book for you.
If you prefer the hard copy of a book, it is being released later this month and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.