Painfully raw and incredibly funny
Katy sees the world like no one else and deciphers it with extraordinary beauty. Delicacy took my breath away
Fabulous story-telling and completely delicious writing
Brilliantly original, funny and insightful. Dry and comic, but also very moving. I absolute loved Delicacy
Gentle, heartbreaking, laugh out loud funny and poetically told - an intimate memoir that stays with you
Deeply comforting in how relatable it is, hilarious, and moving. I felt like this book was my best friend as soon as I started reading it
Brimming with graceful, charming writing - this book perfectly encapsulates so many moments we face as girls and women and I only wish I'd read it sooner
Honest, raw, profound, deeply moving and funny
An exquisite and important book. Delicacy is funny and sad and beautiful
Katy has one of the most singular and enviable minds working today (and tomorrow)
A stunning book in which darkness and light, tragedy and humour, pain and hope are all masterfully, affectingly balanced.
A layer cake of truth, pain and wisdom iced with charm. I loved it.
Heartbreaking, ridiculously clever and laugh out loud funny. One of the best books on trauma I've ever read.
Mesmerising . . . an extraordinary piece of writing
Mesmerising . . . an extraordinary piece of writing.
Painfully vivid . . . insightful.
Wix is such an astonishingly good writer that she makes this into an unlikely page-turner. She turns her pain into poetry: intimate, candid, exquisitely described, deftly using words rich with grace, pain and power.
Raw, profound and relatable.
A book that offers many pleasures . . . hectically funny, eloquently angry.
A book that gets wiser, darker, and more brutally truthful every time you turn the page. Word of mouth is slowly turning it into a passionately recommended cult hit. A book you give a friend in trouble - like a shot of whisky, or a life raft. Or, like the book suggests, cake.
Wix is showing a different side to herself, not only demonstrating her talents as a gifted writer but laying bare traumatic parts of her life with an honesty and openness that might surprise fans of her TV work.
It is mesmerisingly good.
Hilarious, heartbreaking...She's a writer with impressive range, and Delicacy is entertaining and affecting.