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Love, laughs, sexuality and secrets from LGBT superstar YouTube couple, Rose and Rosie. Rose and Rosie are known for their candid and hilarious YouTube videos... but now they are taking oversharing to a whole new level. Discussing sexuality, revealing secrets and empowering others, OVERSHARE is a book packed with Rose and Rosie's unique take on friendships, fame, mental hea Love, laughs, sexuality and secrets from LGBT superstar YouTube couple, Rose and Rosie. Rose and Rosie are known for their candid and hilarious YouTube videos... but now they are taking oversharing to a whole new level. Discussing sexuality, revealing secrets and empowering others, OVERSHARE is a book packed with Rose and Rosie's unique take on friendships, fame, mental health and LGBT issues. As visibly out members of the LGBT community, they open up about their own experiences, both together and as individuals, and have written this book in the hope that it gives strength to those who have faced similar difficulties. They are spreading a message of positivity and inclusivity, and want everyone to feel comfortable in their own skin, no matter what their sexuality. Delve deep into the unfiltered highs and lows of Rose and Rosie's life: family relationships, secrets of a happy marriage, struggles with OCD and anxiety, finding love and navigating the world as a gay couple. Get ready to laugh, cry, cringe and OVERSHARE.


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Love, laughs, sexuality and secrets from LGBT superstar YouTube couple, Rose and Rosie. Rose and Rosie are known for their candid and hilarious YouTube videos... but now they are taking oversharing to a whole new level. Discussing sexuality, revealing secrets and empowering others, OVERSHARE is a book packed with Rose and Rosie's unique take on friendships, fame, mental hea Love, laughs, sexuality and secrets from LGBT superstar YouTube couple, Rose and Rosie. Rose and Rosie are known for their candid and hilarious YouTube videos... but now they are taking oversharing to a whole new level. Discussing sexuality, revealing secrets and empowering others, OVERSHARE is a book packed with Rose and Rosie's unique take on friendships, fame, mental health and LGBT issues. As visibly out members of the LGBT community, they open up about their own experiences, both together and as individuals, and have written this book in the hope that it gives strength to those who have faced similar difficulties. They are spreading a message of positivity and inclusivity, and want everyone to feel comfortable in their own skin, no matter what their sexuality. Delve deep into the unfiltered highs and lows of Rose and Rosie's life: family relationships, secrets of a happy marriage, struggles with OCD and anxiety, finding love and navigating the world as a gay couple. Get ready to laugh, cry, cringe and OVERSHARE.

30 review for Overshare: Love, Laughs, Sexuality and Secrets

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ria

    ''I think a lot of people want to appear as though they're exceptionally open-minded and liberal, but as soon as there's a hint of feather boa in their immediate family, their attitudes change.'' If u don't watch them, i don't think that u will enjoy this as much as i did but buy it if u want. Who am i to stop you. It's not a 5. It's more of a 4-4.5 but i feel kinda bad giving it a 4 sooo... They discuss a lot of serious topics which was interesting. It's funny and the lesbian drama is always ''I think a lot of people want to appear as though they're exceptionally open-minded and liberal, but as soon as there's a hint of feather boa in their immediate family, their attitudes change.'' If u don't watch them, i don't think that u will enjoy this as much as i did but buy it if u want. Who am i to stop you. It's not a 5. It's more of a 4-4.5 but i feel kinda bad giving it a 4 sooo... They discuss a lot of serious topics which was interesting. It's funny and the lesbian drama is always interesting and entertaining. I don't condone the Camilla Cabello obsession but i won't let it influence my review and my rating.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Conniebell

    I LOVE Rose and Rosie and I LOVED this book!! A reading vlog is coming to my channel very soon (*tomorrow*)!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    fae

    MY FAVOURITE LESBIAN COUPLE HAS WRITTEN A BOOK!!! 🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹 MY FAVOURITE LESBIAN COUPLE HAS WRITTEN A BOOK!!! 🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹💮🌹

  4. 4 out of 5

    Igrowastreesgrow

    Was a wonderful and entertaining book for the most part. Had some issues with some of the content. Other than that it was great. Just as great as their YouTube videos.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    This is a fun read. If you are feeling down, read this. Some parts are hilarious, some are admittedly maybe a wee bit slushy, but Rose and Rosie are speaking truths, … and they are oversharing in the best way possible. I loved this, but then again, I am completely biased and love Rose and Rosie. 5 out of 5 stars.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Celyn

    This is not the kind of book I would usually pick up, but considering I've been watching Rose and Rosie since 2013 I pre-ordered it... And then spent the day in bed ignoring my uni work because I could not put it down. Never fry an egg while reading it ends badly. Very honest and utterly hilarious. I look forward to "Over It" in 2023. This is not the kind of book I would usually pick up, but considering I've been watching Rose and Rosie since 2013 I pre-ordered it... And then spent the day in bed ignoring my uni work because I could not put it down. Never fry an egg while reading it ends badly. Very honest and utterly hilarious. I look forward to "Over It" in 2023.

  7. 4 out of 5

    ellis

    3.5* - rounded up because I love Rose & Rosie. this book was a (mostly) lighthearted easy read. i particularly enjoyed the bits about their childhoods and early relationship, and wish that more of the book had focused on that as that’s what i find most interesting, but maybe that’s just me. there were a few kinda poor takes on showing oppressors kindness etc, but i get they are comedians rather than activists or people who absolutely need to be well versed on radical politics and radical approac 3.5* - rounded up because I love Rose & Rosie. this book was a (mostly) lighthearted easy read. i particularly enjoyed the bits about their childhoods and early relationship, and wish that more of the book had focused on that as that’s what i find most interesting, but maybe that’s just me. there were a few kinda poor takes on showing oppressors kindness etc, but i get they are comedians rather than activists or people who absolutely need to be well versed on radical politics and radical approaches to tackling oppression. there was also casual erasure of nonbinary people in the way they spoke about gender etc which, while i pretty much expect it, still kinda hurts - especially when coming from lgbtq+ creators. I love them both though and it was nice to get a longer form of content from them and to dig more deeply into their past and present.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lamees

    This book made me laugh, cry and most importantly made me smile the whole way through it. Also after meeting Rose and Rosie being a long time fan and getting the book signed it was heart warming to look back and see the signatures with nice messages at the front of the book. Overall a hilarious read with lots of great advice and provides a safe space.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Megan ♡

    Just want to start off by saying that I am a huge fan of Rose and Rosie and that I have been for years - I've watched every single one of their videos at least once (mostly more), I can quote them, I can still laugh at them even if I know what jokes they tell and no matter how shit I feel, and I assumed that this would be the case for their book. I was so disappointed. In general, I think my main problem was that in their videos, Rose and Rosie bounce off each other and it makes them hilarious b Just want to start off by saying that I am a huge fan of Rose and Rosie and that I have been for years - I've watched every single one of their videos at least once (mostly more), I can quote them, I can still laugh at them even if I know what jokes they tell and no matter how shit I feel, and I assumed that this would be the case for their book. I was so disappointed. In general, I think my main problem was that in their videos, Rose and Rosie bounce off each other and it makes them hilarious but, obviously, they were talking (I listened to the audiobook) separately so couldn't work off each other. When looking at each section, I much preferred the last couple of chapters compared to the middle ones, and I can't really remember the first couple. Rose's mental health section was so interesting, and even though I appreciated Rosie talking about how she has had bouts of mental illnesses that required therapy but doesn't have one that will stay with her forever, I did not like her section at all. I think this is because Rosie's voice was annoying to me, so what she was saying was making me cringe. Their friendship chapter - especially Rosie's parts - were the worst bit in my opinion. Their chapter on friendship hurt to listen to, in that it made me cringe. I did not want the two of them telling me how I should choose my friends, I wanted to know about their personal experience - not listen to them attempt to give (extremely obvious and unoriginal) advice! Rosie's social bragging section, as well as her entire part about social media, was the worst part for me. Why does she spend so much of her time online claiming to not care what other people are doing or how they are acting but then lists a bunch of very unharmful things that irritate her? She continually pushes the fact that she's so positive, but then makes lists of negative things in an attempt to be funny and relatable. Yeah, there's nothing wrong with being bothered by trivial things but I don't think she should share them with her audience - especially young viewers - when she preaches about being positive. The comparing yourself to people online section - just no Rosie is trying to be preachy but she comes across like she believes her audience are the dumbest people to walk the Earth: "it's okay for these people to want to look obnoxiously attractive on Instagram. Yeah, it is okay, actually, but it is clear by Rosie's tone in the audiobook that she doesn't have this viewpoint. Who wouldn't want to look their best on Instagram? It's a site designed for people to share the good times in their lives - not a site to show the times where they may have left it too long between hair washes and when they want to spend a chill day in sweats or pyjamas. Rosie makes out like the people who post photos of themselves looking gorgeous or enjoying a meal with friends should be treated like people who are lying about their happiness. I mean, I may be alone in this thoughts (I'm definitely not!) but I don't want to post a photo of a day where I felt or looked shit for me to remember or for my friends to see, so why is Rosie acting like it is wrong for people to only post the fun memories they have online? And why does Rosie even feel the need to explain that these people don't always look perfect and don't always have perfect days? Her audience is not made up of idiots - they should be old enough to work this much out for themselves! Another thing - Rosie's take on social anxiety: don't be anxious because other people have also been anxious before? Okay, I'm cured. The Queer Bits: I am gay and have been out for almost exactly 3 years (although, like Rose, I knew I was gay before that and it just didn't really consume my thoughts much. Until I was 17, my sexuality wasn't important to me, and it had never come up in conversation. I personally don't think Rose and Rosie added any new thoughts into their views on different LGBTQ+ issues, although I understand that they're comedians, not activists. They are easily accessible for so many teens who may be questioning their sexuality or uncomfortable, uncertain or worried about who they are attracted to and I think this is so important. Rose and Rosie are people that don't let their sexualities define them whilst also being out and proud - something I needed when I first came out. Their points on how their families reacted uncertain/not well was the same experience I had, as my mum also worried for my future as a gay woman, but now she is accepting of it, even if it is a slightly unspoken topic in my house. Their chapter on the future was really good, and Rose's letters from the future were hilarious. Usually, in their videos, I only find Rose funny, or Rosie funny when she asks a silly question and Rose reacts. This was so obvious in the book - Rosie is not naturally funny in the book, but Rose can be - apart from her poor (cringey) attempts to be funny. Rosie saying "lol!" in awkward moments, or bits that were painfully not funny at all, was horrible to listen to. Really ground my gears. I am so disappointed with this so much. Although, I'm glad I could support them by buying their book

  10. 5 out of 5

    Matt Collins

    Good book. Amazing if you count it as a table piece to make your judgemental aunt really uncomfortable at family gatherings.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Russell

    I found this book immeasurably funny, witty and enlightening all at once! I could read it again right away, but right now I'm savouring all those happy memories I've had with this book. I hope Rose and Rosie do a second book and share more secrets. Don't get me wrong, there are moments where I was left shocked and on-the-edge-of-my-seat heartbroken, from hearing some of their stories, about homophobia in particular. But their ironic jokes balanced out the sad parts. It has definitely given me a I found this book immeasurably funny, witty and enlightening all at once! I could read it again right away, but right now I'm savouring all those happy memories I've had with this book. I hope Rose and Rosie do a second book and share more secrets. Don't get me wrong, there are moments where I was left shocked and on-the-edge-of-my-seat heartbroken, from hearing some of their stories, about homophobia in particular. But their ironic jokes balanced out the sad parts. It has definitely given me a new perspective on the lgbt community. There might be flaws with this book, namely the grammar in some bits, but I don't care about those because Rose and Rosie are so honest, funny, warm-hearted and enigmatic on the page, even though you can't see or hear them. I'm in love with Rosie's outlook on spirituality and life in general. I admire Rose's ability to turn a phrase. She's like the female, lesbian equivalent of Dumbledore... And lastly, I love how yellow this book is. Can you make the sequel orange??

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Gibson

    Hadn't heard of Rose and Rosie before reading this book, but after reading this I am a very big fan! It was enthralling, funny, passionate and honest and I highly recommend it. Hadn't heard of Rose and Rosie before reading this book, but after reading this I am a very big fan! It was enthralling, funny, passionate and honest and I highly recommend it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Though I have been a fan of Rose and Rosie's Youtube videos for a long time, I didn't really enjoy Overshare. The book started out well with some humourous recounts of Rose and Rosie's life experiences. I especially enjoyed Rose's part where she talked about her experience with OCD. The book however turned into a self-help book that I didn't really ask for. Considering the book is titled 'Overshare' I had imagined it would mostly share stories and experiences from Rose and Rosie's life, and was Though I have been a fan of Rose and Rosie's Youtube videos for a long time, I didn't really enjoy Overshare. The book started out well with some humourous recounts of Rose and Rosie's life experiences. I especially enjoyed Rose's part where she talked about her experience with OCD. The book however turned into a self-help book that I didn't really ask for. Considering the book is titled 'Overshare' I had imagined it would mostly share stories and experiences from Rose and Rosie's life, and was a bit disappointed. Also, sometimes Rose and Rosie's humor did not translate well into the audiobook format. For example, at one point Rose says she is not a 'job snob', as people often tell her she's 'lucky' to have her job. While I imagine she was making a point that people are sometimes snobby towards her job, it just makes her sound out of touch, as she is very lucky to have her job and there are many people who would love to switch positions with her. The book also becomes quite preachy with advice that would be quite obvious to the intended audience of the book. For example, at the end Rosie goes on a rant about bisexual erasure which felt a bit overdone after hearing her talk about it in YouTube videos. In addition to this, the book is absolutely packed with lots of filler, to the point where Rose and Rosie even talk about writing things to meet their assigned word count. I just think if you're going to fill the book up with a lot of obvious and pointless words, at least don't make it so obvious! I had to speed the audiobook up near the end where Rosie listed famous bisexuals. Maybe bisexual erasure has died down in the years since the book was published because it was again so obvious and boring to me. I can imagine this book being a good resource for younger lesbian and bisexual girls and women, but personally, I was really just hoping to hear more of Rose and Rosie's humorous stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    When I first started this book, I was expecting to love Rose's part and be happy with Rosie's. That's because when I watch their Youtube videos that's how I feel. But in the end, I was rushing to read Rosie's sections. Her stories were fun, coherent, and somehow individually relatable. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed Rose's sections too, but her stories were not as formed as Rosie's. If Rosie was to write a book by herself, I would definitely pick it up. **** At first, the book was slow and all over When I first started this book, I was expecting to love Rose's part and be happy with Rosie's. That's because when I watch their Youtube videos that's how I feel. But in the end, I was rushing to read Rosie's sections. Her stories were fun, coherent, and somehow individually relatable. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed Rose's sections too, but her stories were not as formed as Rosie's. If Rosie was to write a book by herself, I would definitely pick it up. **** At first, the book was slow and all over the place. In all honesty, it was disappointing. I am not someone who would give out a sympathy rating simply because I enjoy the author on other platforms. So the fact that I gave 3 stars shows how much Rose and Rosie improved in their writing after the first chapter. What I found powerful, was the importance they put on mental health. Rosie's mental health issues were not something that she had forever, but something that she needed treating. Like a broken leg. Their strength in sharing these stories shows how your mental health can affect your physical health. And all of this was spoken through comedy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    J.B.

    Amusing, Informative and Honest Some bits - very very few - seemed a little repetitive. But overall it was a really damn good first book. I laughed and smiled and teared-up and cringed and gasped. There were shocking revaluations that made me respect both women more so than I already did. The lists, Rose's sarcasm and Rosie's eloquence in her reading were all delightful cherries on top of one happily gay cake. I adore these two and root for them every single day. I wish them more and more succes Amusing, Informative and Honest Some bits - very very few - seemed a little repetitive. But overall it was a really damn good first book. I laughed and smiled and teared-up and cringed and gasped. There were shocking revaluations that made me respect both women more so than I already did. The lists, Rose's sarcasm and Rosie's eloquence in her reading were all delightful cherries on top of one happily gay cake. I adore these two and root for them every single day. I wish them more and more success.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Caitlyn Barker

    DNF I’m sad I’m DNFing this because I am a huge fan of Rose and Rosie’s YouTube channel, but I don’t think their storytelling works in this format. I can hear everything they’ve written as if they’re reading it to me, and honestly I would rather consume their videos. Still a big fan, this just didn’t work for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sim ✨(wholesimreads)

    🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 5 stars ✔️ a book that involves a bookstore or library My favourite Youtubers have not disappointed! Lots of love, laughs and sexuality as advertised. Particularly heartwarming if you’re a fan of their channel. A great balance of hard-hitting and wholesome content 🌈 (#twentygayteen)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    3.5

  19. 4 out of 5

    Madison Calhoun

    Rose and Rosie are two LGBT British YouTubers, who I’ve watched off and on for... ten years? Something like that. I watched Rose Ellen Dix when she was vlogging by herself. I remember when she first started dating Rosie, when they broke up (and posted those passive aggressive Tumblr messages), and when they got back together. Now they’re married, and I feel old. Anyways, they’re lovely and hilarious, so I was thrilled when I saw they were releasing a book. Overshare has the same fantastic qualit Rose and Rosie are two LGBT British YouTubers, who I’ve watched off and on for... ten years? Something like that. I watched Rose Ellen Dix when she was vlogging by herself. I remember when she first started dating Rosie, when they broke up (and posted those passive aggressive Tumblr messages), and when they got back together. Now they’re married, and I feel old. Anyways, they’re lovely and hilarious, so I was thrilled when I saw they were releasing a book. Overshare has the same fantastic qualities that they do: it’s funny, honest, and optimistic. It’s completely authentic; I don’t doubt for a second that they both wrote 100% of the book. But at the same time, it’s also a little messy, so I can’t give it a higher rating. This is an autobiography/memoir style book, where the authors reflect on their life experiences. Rose is a lesbian and Rosie’s bisexual, so there’s a lot of great stuff about coming to terms with your sexuality and defeating homophobia. The world needs more books like these, and I’m so glad Rose and Rosie put something so open and helpful out into the world. The chapters about their childhood, their relationship, and their struggles with mental health particularly stood out. Their voices are distinct and you can totally tell that Rose and Rosie wrote their respective sections. They’re both genuinely funny people, so it was fun to read from their perspective. However, it was a little messy too. While I’m slightly biased, I’m trying to give as fair of a review as possible. Sometimes the timelines were hard to keep up with. There were a lot of times when Rosie would say something happened when she was with X boyfriend, and I’d have a hard time telling if that thing was during their equivalent of high school, college, or adulthood. And while the humor was quite funny, sometimes it was used too much, to the point that it overshadowed some of the more serious topics. Lastly, there was a bit too much filler. Instead of talking about friendship and making lots of self-help lists, they could have expanded more on their relationship and daily life. I feel like that’s what most readers were looking for when buying Overshare. Despite the so-so rating, I did really enjoy reading this book. Rose and Rosie bring so much positivity to social media, and this book felt like an intimate conversation with them. I’d definitely recommend it for their fans, young LGBT people, and anyone who’s interested in learning more about LGBT culture. If you don’t fit into one of those categories, then I’d suggest looking them up on YouTube first. If you like their comedy style, you’d probably like this. If not, then you can skip it. 3.5 stars.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Thatcher

    I saw Rose and Rosie talking about reading their Goodreads reviews on their channel and am now scared to review the book. What I often tell clients (I'm a book publicist) is that for many reviewers 5-star ratings are reserved for the best books of your life. The Jane Austen, the Thackeray, the Virginia Woolf. My favorite books of the year usually only get 4 stars. So, I wouldn't feel down about any 3 star ratings you get - that's still good! And having an all 5-star rating looks like you've just I saw Rose and Rosie talking about reading their Goodreads reviews on their channel and am now scared to review the book. What I often tell clients (I'm a book publicist) is that for many reviewers 5-star ratings are reserved for the best books of your life. The Jane Austen, the Thackeray, the Virginia Woolf. My favorite books of the year usually only get 4 stars. So, I wouldn't feel down about any 3 star ratings you get - that's still good! And having an all 5-star rating looks like you've just had friends inflating your reviews. This is a very good book, especially for young people dealing with mental health issues and/or coming out as LGBTQ. I'm not a young person, and I still found it entertaining, interesting, and useful to read other peoples' perspectives. I think where people may have said "they wished there was more depth" they may not have meant in terms of subject matter - yes, there are a lot of deep, personal topics covered here - but they are supplemented by a lot of the silly fun of the type that makes your channel entertaining. But, many readers might find so many lists and fun diversions render the book a little light. Just a thought! Was impressed by the writing by both women, and with what they have both overcome and how hard they have worked to get to earn their success. It was a little jarring after hearing their serious reading voices for so long to go back to the channel and hear the whiny Wony voices.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    I’ve never heard of Rose and Rosie before. It was whilst I was browsing Amazon’s Warehouse Deals that I saw this book at a reduced price, as the dust jacket was missing. I thought it sounded interesting, unusual, different etc. So, Rose and Rosie are a married lesbian couple, who have an extremely large YouTube following, predominantly LGBTQ+ community, and they’ve created a career out of YouTube/vlogging. So far, so good. Overshare is written by both of them, and it’s a documentation of their v I’ve never heard of Rose and Rosie before. It was whilst I was browsing Amazon’s Warehouse Deals that I saw this book at a reduced price, as the dust jacket was missing. I thought it sounded interesting, unusual, different etc. So, Rose and Rosie are a married lesbian couple, who have an extremely large YouTube following, predominantly LGBTQ+ community, and they’ve created a career out of YouTube/vlogging. So far, so good. Overshare is written by both of them, and it’s a documentation of their views, opinions, and experiences. They discussed some very delicate and sensitive topics in this book, like their own mental health issues, homophobia, sexual discrimination etc, and I found it really interesting. My one negative on this book is, that Rose appears to be deeply sarcastic, which I get, as I’m a deeply sarcastic person myself. However, I don’t think it came across brilliantly in type. I found some of her parts of writing to be a bit too much. Like she was trying too hard to show her sarcastic humour. Other than that though, it’s a reasonably good read. Completely out of my reading comfort zone. I set myself a bit of a challenge this year, to try and vary my reading material a bit more, and this definitely ticks a new box for me.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Jones

    I’ve been a huge fan of these two youtubers since they began their channel about 8-9 years ago (I forget how long its been!) I was over the moon when I found out they had written a book as I love reading! Even though I’m a huge fan I will try to write an unbiased review. I have never read an autobiography type book before so this was my first venture. I really enjoyed it. Rose and Rosie share loads about themselves on their channel and through their other media’s. I thought, ‘what else could ther I’ve been a huge fan of these two youtubers since they began their channel about 8-9 years ago (I forget how long its been!) I was over the moon when I found out they had written a book as I love reading! Even though I’m a huge fan I will try to write an unbiased review. I have never read an autobiography type book before so this was my first venture. I really enjoyed it. Rose and Rosie share loads about themselves on their channel and through their other media’s. I thought, ‘what else could there be?’. However, there was more! Strangely, reading about them felt more intimate than watching them. They kept their book light and included their humour but some of the stories were rather emotional, especially when Rosie started talking about her Gran and Pocahontas! The reason I like these two youtubers is their content never seems fake or forced and the book felt exactly the same. They know themselves and their audience and they’ve grown loads over the past years. My fav chapter was the one about their teenage years as I felt like this is the topic they don’t discuss a lot on youtube (after reading I know why as some of the stories are very personal). My only qualms with the book were some parts felt whimsical and clearly just there for word count, as Rose would say. The friends section didn’t really focus on anything in particular and instead was just about how to not focus too much on popularity. In fact, as I drew closer to the end of the book I realised it was less about them and more about ourselves as readers, creators and fans. How to make your life better and how to cope with the stresses and anxieties of everyday life. Rose and Rosie very carefully masqueraded a self book underneath their fun and emotional stories. I personally hate self help books but I’m super happy I read this. It was genuine, fun and I enjoyed their chatty style. It was like sitting down and having a cup of tea with them both. As a fan and part of the LGBT community I loved this book. I think if you’re not a fan you might not get the humour or jokes threaded throughout. However, I think if you’re young and part of the LGBT plus community this book offers great advice. Might get a copy for my school library! Even though some later chapters felt a bit dull after the colourful first three, this book is a must read!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lisette

    Ahh I really loved this book! It was super interesting to read more about their lives and their views on for example feminism. I enjoyed every chapter honestly, but I especially liked to read about their teenage lives and how their relationship evolved and what their dynamic is like! They also have a chapter on mental health which I thought was described very clearly and honestly. So these chapter were definitely highlights for me, although I appreciated every chapter. Rose and Rosie take turns i Ahh I really loved this book! It was super interesting to read more about their lives and their views on for example feminism. I enjoyed every chapter honestly, but I especially liked to read about their teenage lives and how their relationship evolved and what their dynamic is like! They also have a chapter on mental health which I thought was described very clearly and honestly. So these chapter were definitely highlights for me, although I appreciated every chapter. Rose and Rosie take turns in telling their part of the story, which keeps you reading! Rose is very funny and sarcastic and I spent many moments of reading this book laughing out loud. There was a fun quiz and many sarcastic great advices which were amusing to read. The only critique I had was their tips on friendships, because I felt that some of them were a little judgemental, when at the same time one of their tips was to search for non-judgemental friends, so I felt that that contradicted each other. But overall this was a wonderful book and I have enjoyed it thoroughly! Would definitely recommend!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ari

    Such a fun read!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Frankie

    I gave it a three because I love Rose and Rosie but honestly I have COVID and this book was worse than that

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    What a book! It was hilarious, helpful and educational all at once. I love Rose and Rosie's youtube channels so this book felt almost like I could hear them speaking (which will be the case when I listen to the audiobook 😂) really helped with feeling less alone as well What a book! It was hilarious, helpful and educational all at once. I love Rose and Rosie's youtube channels so this book felt almost like I could hear them speaking (which will be the case when I listen to the audiobook 😂) really helped with feeling less alone as well

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    (4.5) really lovely!! funny and a little heartbreaking at times and I could see both of their personalities come through so clearly through their writing which was nice 🥰

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ashlynn

    Such a sweet book from two of my favs - relatable, hilarious, and even better on audio.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    I didn’t know who rose and Rosie were till I read this book, it was funny and witty no downfalls really :)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Luna Who

    Love it. Could hear their voices in my head as I read. Felt like watching a long video.

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