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  1. Jean Menzies Jean Menzies says:

    This book is like hanging out with a fantastic friend, who tells you they understand, it s okay, you re not alone and let s keep fighting fighting for ourselves and for each other and for everyone.It retains the brilliant and completely enthralling rhythm of Beech s previous collection and had me nodding along if not verbally agreeing with every poem.


  2. Mira | I Read Like Phoebe Runs Mira | I Read Like Phoebe Runs says:

    In the throes of this fitful friendly fireI clutch and I cling to that thing that Cohen used to singabout the crack in everything I hope that s how light and life get in.Okay, so this was brilliant beautiful devastating Very quick and very clever, taking on so many topics in very few pages Needed to be read out loud, and made it very hard cause it took my breath away so many times In the throes of this fitful friendly fireI clutch and I cling to that thing that Cohen used to singabout the crack in everything I hope that s how light and life get in.Okay, so this was brilliant beautiful devastating Very quick and very clever, taking on so many topics in very few pages Needed to be read out loud, and made it very hard cause it took my breath away so many times


  3. Bree Bree says:

    This poetry collection is absolutely brilliant Megan is so clever with her words, and made me feel so many emotions I will reread this many times to come.


  4. Monica Monica says:

    Poetry is subjective and my ratings are subjective So my rating on this book is based on my own personal connection and enjoyment of the poetry I thought this poetry collection was going to really resonate with me I struggle with depression and I like to think that I m a feminist I like the way they were written, but to be honest, some of them were just over my head I am a poetry newbie I did not do well when we studied poetry in school because I always needed them explained to me I was u Poetry is subjective and my ratings are subjective So my rating on this book is based on my own personal connection and enjoyment of the poetry I thought this poetry collection was going to really resonate with me I struggle with depression and I like to think that I m a feminist I like the way they were written, but to be honest, some of them were just over my head I am a poetry newbie I did not do well when we studied poetry in school because I always needed them explained to me I was unable to connect to a lot of these poems because I spenttime trying to figure out what she was talking about than just reading the poem There were some lines in some of the poems that meant something to me Lines that described dealing with depression so accurately Other lines that felt empowering However, as a whole, this collection of poetry was a miss for me I like her style I can almost hear her reciting the poetry as I m reading it, but if I m missing the point then I can t fully enjoy it I may hold on to it for awhile and see if I understandin a later reading of it, but I m not sure As of this moment, I don t want to reread it Also, just to note, I bought this online and paid a good amount of money for it, which is okay, but it isof a pamphlet than a book It s only 1 8 thick and has 51 pages of actual poetry I was a bit disappointed in it s size because I was expecting something bigger So just a forewarning if you are purchasing this online Reread Probably not.Challenges 2019 Goodreads Challenge2019 Alphabet Challenge Y2019 Poetry Challenge2019 Mount TBR


  5. Jess Jess says:

    Angry, kind, feminist poetry I love it.


  6. Joy Finlayson Joy Finlayson says:

    Possibly my new favourite poetry collection So powerful


  7. Jenny Cooke (Bookish Shenanigans) Jenny Cooke (Bookish Shenanigans) says:

    This is the best poetry collection I have ever read Clever, witty, raw and affecting Her examination of struggling with mental health is incredibly honest and eloquent and brilliantly married with a feminist passion and demand forfemale recognition in all walks of life Every poem is a triumph, just read it


  8. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    Wow


  9. Erin Waks Erin Waks says:

    A good attempt at modern Sylvia Plath, just lacking the gravitas.


  10. VG VG says:

    It s slam poetry It s feminist It addresses important issues in a personal but not self indulgent way It s brilliant.


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You Sad Feminist [Epub] ➟ You Sad Feminist By Megan Beech – Thomashillier.co.uk How do you feel empowered when depression leaves you powerless How do you promote self esteem when your internal critic always shouts the loudest How do you change the world when you can t get out of How do you feel empowered when depression leaves you powerless How do you promote self esteem when your internal critic always shouts the loudest How do you change the world when you can You Sad PDF/EPUB or t get out of bed In this outstanding second collection, heralded by Laura Bates of Everyday Sexism as one of the powerful voices of young feminism today , Megan Beech chronicles her experiences as a young feminist dealing with mental illness This follow up to Beech s feisty feminist debut When I Grow Up I Want to be Mary Beard probes the power and vulnerability that comes from being a depressed, aspirant, intelligent and flawed young woman in st Century Tory Britain.