This was a great audiobook. It was narrated by the author, and she has a really good reading voice. There were parts where her intonation changed in a weird way, but overall she narrates the book in a clear, strong voice, and with appropriate emotion. (Some authors try to read their own books, and it doesn’t work out so well for them.)
This was an excellent book that focuses on the areas that “mainstream feminism”, aka middle class, mostly white, doesn’t take into account. Some of this stuff was familiar to me from prior research and reading, and some of it was new and eye-opening (the sections on colorism and body image were particularly new to me). All put together like this in one place, it was extremely informative.
My favorite part of the book was how she weaves in her personal history, and thus it becomes even more of a personal book. In fact, my only complaint with the book is that I wish she had found a way to include more examples of some of the things she was talking about, because when she didn’t, it felt more obvious in comparison to the sections where she did, especially those where she used her own life as an example.
Overall, though, highly recommended.