'This book is a hilarious memoir, a passionate polemic, and a moving manifesto on how to be a decent person and try, in the face of countless stresses, to live a full open-hearted, joyous life.' The Sunday Times 'Superbly funny' Guardian 'Funny, life-affirming and wise' The Observer 'There are drop-dead funny lines in Caitlin Moran's fiercely honest new book on being a fortysomething woman' The Times 'More Than a Woman examines middle age, motherhood, sex and, of course, feminism all with Moran's signature wit' Evening Standard 'She writes with such heartening VIM and warmth about all the important stuff. More Than A Woman is my FRIEND, untangling a lot of my confusion about doing feminism right' Marian Keyes 'Ten years ago How To Be A Woman changed lives. The follow up could SAVE lives' Nina Stibbe 'Exceptionally brilliant and powerful. Her new book is incredible - I shrieked with laughter throughout and probably cried solidly for the last 30 pages. She is simply one of the most significant people of her generation. Her writing has helped so many' Marina Hyde 'A fantastic book ... searingly honest ... I will dip into this book for the rest of my life. Every woman has got to have this on her bedside table' Lorraine Kelly 'Caitlin has helped so many girls find confidence and articulate their experiences, and I'm full of glee & hope this book will do the same for the middle-aged' Hadley Freeman 'Wonderful' Kate Mosse 'Warning - you won't sleep until you've inhaled every single word ... BUY IT IMMEDIATELY' Claudia Winkleman 'Caitlin Moran's new book is out now. It is everything we hoped. Midlife explained in a smart, witty way. YOU ARE NOT ALONE AND YOU ARE NOT GOING MAD!' Lorraine Candy 'I wish I'd read Caitlin Moran's More Than A Woman 40 years ago. But like with the tree-planting, the second best time is now. You just have to.' Hugh Laurie 'One of very few who can write inspirationally without becoming platitudinous. Her prose is so lucid and personal and funny you don't even notice that what you're reading is a manifesto' David Baddiel A decade ago, Caitlin Moran thought she had it all figured out. Her instant bestseller How to Be a Woman was a game-changing take on feminism, the patriarchy, and the general 'hoo-ha' of becoming a woman. Back then, she firmly believed 'the difficult bit' was over, and her forties were going to be a doddle.