Everything I Know About Love Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Narrated by Dolly Alderton
The Sunday Times best seller with a new chapter on turning 30.
Winner of Autobiography of the Year at the National Book Awards 2018
A Waterstones Paperback of the Year 2019
A Sunday Times paperback of the year 2019
Selected for Stylist's The Decade's 15 Best Books by Remarkable Women
Award-winning journalist Dolly Alderton survived her 20s (just about) and in Everything I Know About Love, she gives an unflinching account of the bad dates and squalid flat-shares, the heartaches and humiliations and most importantly, the unbreakable female friendships that helped her to hold it all together. Glittering with wit, heart and humour, this is an audiobook to press into the hands of every woman who has ever been there or is about to find themselves taking that first step towards the rest of their lives.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 33 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||15 January 2018|
|Publisher||Penguin Books Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 242 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
3 in Love, Dating & Attraction
5 in Biographies of Women (Audible Books & Originals)
6 in Biographies of the Rich & Famous
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What is lovely about this book is the theme of solid friendship with her female friends. And I loved the therapy parts where she really gets sorted, seeing, then leaving behind her destructive patterns and coming to a peaceful self-acceptance. There are parts that are funny, parts that are sad, and parts that are wise. It’s a great book, and Dolly herself sounds like a great person. Like me and many others, there’ll be sections you’ll want to highlight.
I feel very related to it.
Meaningful, and insightful.
Funny and touching.
A reminder to love yourself, and value your friends.
I will definitely read it again.
My fav chapter… “Thirties ” and “everything I know about love at 30s”
I wish I read this book at my 20s , although perhaps I wouldn’t understand it ad I do now at 30s.
Great writer Dolly 🥰
Top reviews from other countries
Her stories are underwhelming and describe most people’s student life. She comes across as selfish and jealous and a terrible friend - not a character who you can warm to at all. There is nothing interesting about this woman’s life. If there was a zero star button she’d have it.
Second of all - the book is stupid, annoying, doesn’t tell you anything you don’t already know. The author’s stories are pathetic/sad/annoying. I really don’t see the reason for listening her moan about how she hated her teenage years because she couldn’t be independent, and drinking on every occasion since 10 years old made her feel like an adult... when she finally became an adult, she spent her uni days getting dead drunk and moaned university gave her nothing.. well, I wonder why that was the case ... :/