They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But in the case of Tracey Spicer’s femoir it’s a clever way of summing up her memoir’s content and is a clever depiction of her famous TEDx talk. Many readers will be familiar with Tracey Spicer through her work as a newsreader and TV journalist, but The Good Girl Stripped Bare proves that there is so much more to her life story. She bravely tackles an array of different subjects – from personal anecdotes and stories from her life to polemic where she explorers her ideas about important topics like feminism, voluntary euthanasia, and structural sexism among others. She also does this in a way that is articulate and accessible and with some great dashes of humour, too.


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