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User Review  - SarahEBear - LibraryThing

An honest and frank review of what it's like to be a girl (and then a woman) in modern, western society. Ford uses example from her own life and path of personal development, to explain why things are ... Read full review

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User Review  - audramelissa - LibraryThing

Reading this book can make you angry and it should, and if you read it you will know that this is part of what Ford is is trying to get across to all of the girls-- it's okay to be angry. For me, from ... Read full review

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User Review  - whirled - LibraryThing

I bought Fight Like A Girl almost as soon as it was published, then left it gathering dust for more than a year. In the despair of late 2016, I just couldn't face what I assumed would be an angry and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Devil_llama - LibraryThing

More of a memoir than a treatise, this book deals with the issues that women, particularly feminists, have to deal with every day. She comes at the topic in a snarky, irreverent manner that will sit ... Read full review

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This is a fantastic book that gets you thinking. Reading this book is like taking the red pill over the blue pill - you will feel angry and you may despair but ultimately there's an energy in it that will make you want to change it all and Fight Like a Girl.

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