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Advice from Strangers : Everything I know from people I don't know, Hardback Book

Advice from Strangers : Everything I know from people I don't know Hardback



'Warm witty and wise.' --RICHARD OSMAN'Hilarious, wise and heart breaking.

Like an all-night over-share with your best friend.' --SARA PASCOE'Rachel is one of my favourite comedians.

This book is warm, wise and hilarious. It is written in her comic voice - a voice she mainly has used to tell me off, so I am thrilled to see it deployed in this way.' --NISH KUMAR'The most joyful bursts of wisdom from a truly funny soul.

I adore this book.' --CARIAD LLOYD'Hilarious, original and wise.

This is essential reading.' --ELLIE TAYLOR'Rachel is one of the wisest, funniest people I know.

Funny, sad, beautiful and ridiculous, Advice from Strangers has it all.' --PIPPA EVANS'A hilarious, fiery, reassuring hug of a book.

Full of laughter, compassion and feminist wisdom.' --FRAN BUSHE'An essential, hilarious handbook for life.' --ATHENA KUGBLENUCOMEDIAN RACHEL PARRIS WAS ASKED TO GIVE AN INSPIRING GRADUATION SPEECH.

WHO DID SHE ASK FOR ADVICE? TOTAL STRANGERS... Over the course of a year award-winning comedian Rachel Parris asked members of her live audience for advice.

Here she takes those random bits of wisdom - such as 'Be Kind' or 'Never Pass Up the Opportunity for a Wee' - and explores them in ways that are funny and serious, hilarious and heart-breaking.

This uplifting feminist manifesto of a book outlines the essentials of living in the modern world; dealing with everything from Tampons to Tories and from #hashtags to Staying Hydrated.


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