"A warm, frank, big-hearted book, which reveals Ms. Coppa’s doubts, difficulties and fears, as it attests to the success she’s made of her life—and of Jack Domenic’s." The New York Times
"I was hooked from the very first page of Christine Coppa's triumphant memoir, Rattled!, an inspirational story which proves that life's richest rewards appear when you least expect them."
--Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times best selling author of Time of My Life
"Sex and the City meets Knocked Up in this moving memoir about a sassy single gal who gets pregnant."
"Even if you've never found yourself single, pregnant and headed back home to the burbs, you will relate to this true story of life gone wrong-and then oh so right again."
--Susan Goodall, Executive Managing Editor, Glamour
"Christine Coppa is a potty-mouthed, modern-day Holly Golightly. May she steal your heart as she's stolen mine."
–Genevieve Field, co-founder, Nerve.com
"A must-read for new moms. In Rattled! A Memoir (Broadway Books, 2009) Christine Coppa chronicles her life as a single mom, from finding out she is unexpectedly pregnant to parenting her baby boy. The hilarious, yet poignant voice in which she tells her story is sure to resonate with new (as well as more seasoned) moms, and the book makes a perfect Mother's Day gift."
“Sex and the City crashes into reality at taxicab speed. Coppa is engaging, honest and, ultimately, inspiring.”
–Louise Sloan, author of Knock Yourself Up: A Tell-all Guide to Becoming a Single Mom
“Neither fairy tale or cautionary tale, Rattled! is both a brave, bittersweet memoir about the life that happens when you’re busy making other plans and a hilarious, heartwarming love story about a mother and her son.”
--Matt Sullivan, InTouch Weekly
"Christine Coppa's memoir is deeply affecting--not only has she handled numerous challenging life experiences (including the crux of this book--an unexpected pregnancy) with aplomb, but she also writes about them beautifully and courageously. Shock morphed into poignancy, which in turn morphed into joy--and we were right there with her, inspired at every page turn."
--Leanne Shear and Tracey Toomey, authors of The Perfect Manhattan and Cocktail Therapy
"Coppa, 28, is at the forefront of a wave of modern moms who are reinventing the parental publishing genre." The Sunday London Times
“Sex and the City meets The Devil Wears Prada meets Juno” Banterist.com
"Coppa's memoir traces, in vivid detail, her nine roller-coaster months -- alternating between assured, resolute calm and sheer panicked terror." New York Post
CHRISTINE COPPA is a freelance writer and pens the popular Storked! blog on Glamour.com. She lives in New Jersey with her son, Jack Domenic.
loved it. couldn't put it down. wish she would write a sequelPublished 6 months ago by Constance L. Fisher
Loved reading about her experience. I was interested right Til the end.Published 9 months ago by Kristine Lindgren
I thought this would be more interesting. I should have read the other reviews. It is not compelling and seems to mostly be a platform to set Miss Coppa up as some sort of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jane Galloway
Although Coppa's story is really one of the few and lucky, I sincerely enjoyed reading this book. I am a twenty-something with a surprise pregnancy and to read this book in the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amanda G. Brown
Interesting, quick and fun read. If you have read the authors many blogs, then you will enjoy the more detailed take of her pregnancy and birth of her son. Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Emily
This was a really boring read. She isn't a talented writer (constantly using the same phrases repeatedly) and it was definitely not a page turner. I wouldn't recommend it.Published on October 7, 2011 by Jennifer
This was a beautiful well written review! I absolutely could not put it down from the minute I started reading it. I am a mother of two and one on the way. Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by Diana Fournier
I managed to finish this book but the entire time I was reading it I couldn't get over how obsessed and repetitive the main character was. Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by GiGi