Kicking off the first of my target 50 books (see 25 before 25) is The Wrong Knickers by Bryony Gordon.
I won't pretend that I'd heard of Bryony Gordon before, or even the book before I bought it, but I can say that I don't regret it for a single minute. I picked it up in Asda pretty cheap - it reminded me of Bridget Jones cover-wise (mainly because the review was 'the next Bridget Jones'...) and I thought it would be an easy/fun read to throw me into my new found reading obsession.
I was right. This book is hilarious and extremely easy to read (both mentally and physically - the content is hilarious & the book itself is quite short with larger than average text.)
The book serves as a memoir from Bryony's twenties and I can honestly say that I found it so relatable, having just discovered the mess that being twenty something can be myself. I immediately gave it to my sister after I had finished reading, who in turn passed it onto our mum - it's proven to be a winner amongst the girls in my family.
I don't want to go into the content too much, but what I will say is that I think every twenty something girl will should read this - you'll finish it realising that nothing is as bad as you think & that everything is going to be O.K! We all go through the same stuff, even if we don't realise it!
Have you read this? Which other books do you think I should read?