THINKI have to admit that I did not know who Lisa Bloom was. In my defense, I don't know who the Kardashians or Speidi are either. She's been on Dr. Phil's show. Perhaps that is why she hasn't appeared on my radar.
Anyway, there were some thought provoking issues discussed in this book. It's a worthy topic. I would have loved this book and slept with it under my pillow if it had been written by someone else.
I didn't care for the style of writing and I thought there were quite a few disconnects and inconsistencies--the least of which was her perfectly air brushed face, with gleaming white-toothed smile on the cover.
But, like I said, it has worthy topics to consider--the anti-intellectual bent of our culture, the pandering to the lowest common denominator, the truly awful conditions in the lives of far too many of the world's female population and the misogynistic cultural and religious beliefs that allow/encourage those conditions. It's a place to start. It will make you think.