Wise, witty and barbed. Sunday Times 'A curious blend of selfhelp, social commentary and storytelling, Weldon is on witty and waspish good form.' Daily Mail Weldon always has interesting things to say about the battle of the sexes and there is plenty of wry humour along the way. Mail on Sunday Difficult to put downas funny and considered as the rest of her work. Daily Telegraph Its all here: orgasms, hen nights, coveting best friends husbands, the joy of friends, sisters bearing gifts and caramelised bananasThis is brilliant to dip into when youre annoyed with the world. Eve If you want the truth about the man-woman thing, forget all those cloying self-help books and read Fay Weldon. The New York Times
Fay Weldon is a novelist, screenwriter and cultural journalist. Her novels include The Life and Loves of a She-Devil, Puffball, Big Women and Rhode Island Blues. She has also published her autobiography Auto da Fay. Her most recent novel was the critically acclaimed She May Not Leave. She lives in Dorset.