'I love India and her no-nonsense, honest and utterly hilarious guide to navigating the post-45 years'
Marian Keyes, Mail on Sunday
'A route map for the midlifer woman. Knight tackles every issue - beauty, menopause, laser eye surgery . . . she is not held back by the fear of laying down the law'
Happy, confident, in control, ready to do and enjoy everything that comes your way - you're definitely In Your Prime. But too many of us allow mid-life's little nuisances to dictate how and who we are. So let India Knight tell you how to deal with the obstacles while living life to the full.
Whether it is coping with ageing parents, divorce, dating, teenagers, wavering libidos or your saggy bits, India dispenses perfect tips. She'll instruct you how to drink, dress and party gracefully (or disgracefully), but above all she'll show that happiness is the one thing you deserve.
This is the book that will tell you how to live the rest of your life.
India Knight is the author of four novels: Mutton, Comfort and Joy, Don't You Want Me? and My Life on a Plate. Her non-fiction books include The Shops, the bestselling diet book Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet, the accompanying bestselling cookbook Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet Cookbook, The Thrift Book, In Your Prime and The Goodness of Dogs. India is a columnist for the Sunday Times and lives in Suffolk with her partner and three children.
Funny, feisty and invaluable
Refreshingly upfront...What a relief to have sorted out my Christmas list for all my older, wiser and happier girlfriends. Thank you.
India Knight tackles aging with wit...[reads like] a funny, informative conversation...often made me laugh out loud.
The Observer - Kate Kellaway
Knight's words feel like you're speaking with that friend who always gives you the best advice...an entertaining and informed read.
Knight is tremendously opinionated, but there is something strangely comforting about her robust certainty. Reading her book is like having a conversation with a fearfully bossy but beloved old chum
Brad Pitt at 50 acts as if he believes the best is yet to come. Women should feel entitled to the same belief and the contents of this book make it seem possible.
Joyous advice on how to age wisely, happily and with grace.
I read India Knight's In Your Prime last week, with an air-punch of solidarity at its acknowledgement of the pleasures of middle age.
New Statesman - Tracey Thorn
I love India and her no-nonsense, honest and utterly hilarious guide to navigating the post-45 years.
Mail on Sunday - Marian Keyes
India Knight has all bases covered, with great good wit and wisdom.
Daily Mail, 'Summer Reads'
Blissful and unputdownable.