All I Know Now (Carrie Hope Fletcher) BOOK REVIEW
Ok Hannah, deep breath, you know writers block isn't an excuse for not writing a proper review... Get a move on because it has been months since you read it!
I have watched Carrie's videos for just under a year now, actually, I remember the second video I watched of hers, was her announcing that she was writing it! The day after it came out, I ran into two bookshops, both of whom had sold out, fortunately I managed to find a copy at the back of WHSmith!
In a Nutshell:
The Actual Review:
First off, I would like to say that I am NOT being biased simply because I love Carrie's videos, this book is genuinely good.
Carrie's look on life is very refreshing and the way she writes it makes it a nice mixture of humour, wit and sobering reality. I found myself absolutely absorbed in the book; her writing is so good and it didn't feel like a chore to read it, like I find with lots of books.
The book is obviously aimed at teenagers, but I think that most people could learn a thing or two from it, or if not, at least they'd be able to laugh at some of her anecdotes (laugh with, that is, not laugh at). The book offers both anecdote and advice and it is formatted so that all problems can found within a certain section, which is very handy indeed!
Any problems? Not really, I guess some of the advice is generic, but, what's so bad about that?
⚫️ It is very handy and offers useful advice
⚫️ It is well-written
⚫️ It is refreshing
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"Don't ditch your childhood dreams just because you dreamt them as a child" - Carrie Hope Fletcher