Fay Weldon, one of our best-loved novelists, returns to the rich material of her own eventful life in this stylish blend of memoir and fiction. Mantrapped is the continuing story of Weldon, writer, mother, daughter, sister, cook, campaigner, juggler of life, tune, work and money. Weldon has been rich and poor, sad and happy, and throughout it all, well and truly mantrapped - but does not regret it one bit. From 1960s London (wild parties, no money) to 1970s Somerset (animals, wild parties, no money) she has lived a life rich in adventure and courage. The things you regret, she points out, are what you don't do, not what you do.