Tan France has a blunt sense of humor that comes off as fun and as if the reader were right there next to him as he spoke. It was very authentic, sassy at times, and insightful. I found this book to be enlightening yet hilarious! I found this book to be uplifting and I would recommend it to any reader, although I would advise that for younger readers there is foul language. Even if you haven’t watched the new Queer Eye on Netflix (although I strongly recommend that show too!) don’t let that stop you from picking up this book. It is not required before reading this but of course the show is referenced a fair amount. Mostly it is about how he found himself, his career, love, and how he became an entrepreneur even before the show aired.
Please note: a physical advanced reader copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher via GoodReads Giveaway program in exchange for an honest review.
It is my understanding at the time of this review that the book is set to be released in the US on June 4, 2019.