Public Confessions of a Middle Aged Woman
- Narrated by: Carolyn Oldershaw
- Length: 8 hrs and 2 mins
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Collected now for the first time, these columns from one of Britain’s most popular and acclaimed writers are funny, perceptive, and touching.
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A bit of a let down
I didn’t realise this book is a collection of short (real life) stories. I was hoping it was a novel much like ‘The Woman Who Went to Bed for a Year’. I was expecting another good laugh but was sorely disappointed.
The narrator, Carolyn Oldershaw, has a dreary, depressing voice and I was often left feeling down after listening. Can’t say I would recommend this book if you’re looking for something light hearted and fun.
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bring back adrian mole
really dull, nothing at all like the adrian mole books. Just endless short scenarios that weren't even remotely funny.
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- Kimberley Everitt
I’m sorry we have lost Sue Townsend. Such a relatable and wonderful person. Funny and dry, but also terribly sad in parts, without feeling too sorry for herself.
Carolyn Oldershaw has a great voice for narration and I hope to hear her doing other things.