Kristin (Kritters Ramblings)'s Reviews > Fat Is the New 30: The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Coping with (the crappy parts of) Life

Fat Is the New 30 by Jill Conner Browne
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Mar 29, 12

bookshelves: kritter-reviewed-2012
Read from March 25 to 29, 2012

Quite a comedic book that made for a great break from the novels that I had been reading. With a theme throughout this book as to how to get through painful times, each chapter was different and unique. I enjoyed reading a chapter on its own and being able to easily put down and pick the book up again.

I am not sure that my age group is the exact audience, but I think we younger gals can enjoy and appreciate the humor in this book. I think this a book for our mothers to enjoy. I would also think this book would be a better read for those in the Southern half of the United States or who wish to return to the South!

Although this was my first experience with The Sweet Potato Queens, I would definitely read another in the future. Unfortunately in this book there were some inside jokes that I didn't quite get, so I would definitely start back at the beginning and enjoy the series in order.

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