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FREE READ Ç Fat Chance ´ [BOOKS] ⚣ Fat Chance Author Louise McSharry – 'Reading it is an intense experience much sadder and beautiful than I was expecting a ballsy paean to self determination and body confidence McSharry's style is a pleasure precise collouial tightly pa 'Reading it is an intense experience much sadder andTance' Irish Daily Star'Louise's life reads like a thriller I had goose bumps throughout Brave funny emotional and totally relatable for women' Roz Purcell'Hugely enjoyable So honest and insightful I loved the positivity and the REALNESS Will be amazing for young women to read' Una Mullaly'Both heart warming and heart breaking Vividly raw and surprisingly visceral Louise makes you feel every single bit' Angela Scanlon'Should be compulsory reading for all young people male and female Older readers will also be inspired by McSharry's no nonsense approach Whether writing about sex feminism family or body acceptance McSharry is compassionate funny and wise' Irish Times'A mighty woman with cojones the size of Mexico and coolness in the face of adversity not seen since John Wayne's heyday' Irish Independent'She's a straight shooter honest and to the point' The HeraldLouise McS. 35 stars

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Harry's passion is to talk to young women and the men who love them about being a woman in the modern world Drawing on her own years of life she writes about everything from surviving a messed up childhood to crashing out of education and still making it to figuring out sex weight feminism make up friendship workplace politics and a whole lot Though she has the raw material the early death of her father and being taken into care at seven because of her mother's alcoholism the last thing Louise wanted do was to write a misery memoir She wasn't keen on writing a cancer survival story either she went through treatment while planning her wedding trying on white dresses while sweating and hairless not a good lookSo though it has its sad moments Fat Chance is honest upbeat irreverent and inspirational just like a long chat with a best friend A fabulous funny and wise best frie. A book that made me feel good hopeful appreciate


Fat Chance'Reading it is an intense experience much sadder and beautiful than I was expecting a ballsy paean to self determination and body confidence McSharry's style is a pleasure precise collouial tightly paced She's nailed the elusive directness central to the work of essayists like Lena Dunham If you read one heart breaking yet bouncy true life memoir this summer make sure it's this one' Sunday Times 'An absolutely stunning piece of work just a fantastic book' Roisin Ingle'Hello there louisemcsharry Well I LOVED your book and now I LOVE YOU TOO You are INSPIRATIONAL' Marian Keyes on Twitter'Louise is heartbreakingly honest A sharp well observed and ultimately inspirational read Every woman of every age should read this book' Louise O'Neill'Searingly honest at times makes for heart breaking reading but Louise is at her most inspiring talking about her journey towards fat accep. Louise McSharry is an Irish radio presenter She has become well known in recent times after her honest and open interviews and documentary about her experience with cancer To me she is the person who introduced me to Chvrches and London Grammar Thanks Louise In this book Louise talks about her childhood about having an alcoholic parent moving to America her weight her experience with cancer her career falling in love getting married family feminism she covers a hell of a lot in eight chapters The first chapter hit a nerve with me big time I have a few things in common with Louise and she absolutely nailed it It was like she was in my head and I did have to take a breather because I couldn't believe someone else felt and thought the same way I thought I was alone Oh and by the way I'm fat too I also scan a room when I walk in to make sure I can find someone bigger than me And I also feel deflated hah when I say the word fat and someone says OMG no you're not I am I'm fat Believe me there are a hell of a lot of worse things to be This book left me feeling so warm so happy so content It left me feeling that yes shit happens but life goes on There will be bad times but the good ones are only around the corner It made me feel like women are powerful that we shouldn't have to apologize for wanting to succeed or for how we look It made me feel like even though I'm fat that doesn't mean that I should have to hide away in the corner wearing a cardigan in summer because omg what if someone sees my fat arms ridiculous when you think about it if the circumference of my arms is someone's main concern on one of our three annual sunny days in Ireland then that person is only worthy of my pity and does not deserve to enjoy the sun I loved this book loved it LOVED IT Everyone should read it