But not by me. This is Germaine Greer's book about Anne Hathaway, and quite frankly I have no interest in reading it. But the reviewer seemed to like it, and others among my readers may like it as well, so here you go.
It's not that I particularly dislike Greer, or Hathaway. It's just that this looks like a typical biography. Namely, I expect it'll go something like this:
Everything you know about X is wrong. Here, let me show you with evidence that I found to support my case while ignoring all the evidence against it.
If one person can write a book that says "26 was an incredibly old age for a woman to be married" and somebody else can write a book that says "26 was the average age for a woman to be married", and both claim to have evidence, which should I believe? The answer, to me, is that they cancel each other out and I don't pay attention to either.