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Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl continues to get rave reviews

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Glowing reviews of Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl have been flooding in, commending Carrie Brownstein on her unique and authentic voice. Here are some that came in recently:

 

Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl cover

 

‘A complex and moving portrait of a coming of age in America’

Guardian

 

‘Raw and honest… a funny, sharp, feminist voice’

Times Higher Education Supplement: ‘Books of the Year 2015’

 

‘One of the best books about music, queerness and feminism in years’

Telegraph

 

‘About so much more than life on the road in bands’

Daily Express: ‘Books of the Year’

 

‘A Generation X companion to Reckless’

The Economist

 

‘Peel loved Sleater-Kinney and I think would have admired guitarist Carrie Brownstein’s brooding memoir…If you want a candid and compelling account of growing up in the slipstream of grunge, this is the one.’

Big Issue

  

‘Movingly detailing her feelings of being an outsider, both in her family life and as the co-founder of an all-female band deemed “too scary” for the mainstream’

Independent

 

 

Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl by Carrie Brownstein is out now in hardback. Buy it here

 

 

 

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