Book Review: 28 Disastrous Dates by Poppy Mortimer

An empowering and hilarious memoir of the author’s most disastrous dates spanning two decades and three continents, ranging from the outright hysterical to borderline traumatic. She discusses her intentions for writing this book as well as the lessons she’s picked up along the way. 

In an engrossing narrative, you are entertained and lighthearted.   It was refreshing to read the author’s honest account of her life, passion, dreams and dates. In this book, the author shares her reflections with awesome chapter titles. This was an enjoyable read. 

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