Moranthology by Caitlin Moran

Moranthology by Caitlin Moran

Caitlin Moran is crazy. Actually bonkers. And I am a little bit in love with her. Moranthology is her collections of ramblings, reviews and reflections that are somehow printed in The Times. She has a way with words, as you’d expect from a columnist but she has put together words that have never made a sentence before. Her metaphors are outlandish and true, once said, you can’t not see David Cameron as a robot made of ham. Her writing will make you laugh out loud and blush, but she also had a lot to say.

Moran draws from her own experiences, standing up for the under dogs, the working class and the benefit system. When she is passionate about a cause, she is eloquent. When she is passionate about an actor (Benedict Cumberbatch) or a television series (Sherlock which stars Benedict Cumberbatch) she turns into an excitable puppy. Her voice is unique to say the least, every word is a pleasure to read.