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  • Jaw-dropping... This is an extraordinary, kind, and generous book about what it means to live in a woman's body and the questions you ask yourself along the way.

    Independent, *Books of the Year*
  • Staggering... Heminsley is unflinching in her exploration of her feelings.

    Daisy Goodwin, Sunday Times
  • Heartbreak and happiness sit in tandem in Alexandra Heminsley's wise and generous book.

    Eithne Farry, Daily Mirror
  • Generous, calm and thoughtful... Some Body to Love argues cogently for greater openness and understanding towards different gender expressions...also page-turningly compelling

    Holly Williams, Observer
  • A vital call for compassion and awareness...a hugely hopeful and deftly written book - and one that might encourage greater empathy in how we respond to all kinds of difference

    Gwendolyn Smith, i
  • This insightful memoir covers some hefty subjects -- gender identity, body image, infertility, divorce -- with wisdom and grace

    Good Housekeeping
  • Breathtakingly honest, warm and generous, Some Body To Love is a testament to how family and love can be whatever shape we want them to be

    Sarra Manning, Red
  • A treatise on empathy and grace in extraordinary circumstances

    Jojo Moyes
  • This memoir is going to change a lot of people's lives, and I think it's going to change the conversation

    Damian Barr, Big Scottish Book Club
  • Insightful and wise, generous and kind

    David Nicholls

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