Am I Normal Yet? (The Normal Series)
All Evie wants is to be normal. And now that she's almost off her meds and at a new college where no one knows her as the-girl-who-went-nuts, there's only one thing left to tick off her list...But relationships can mess with anyone's head - something Evie's new friends Amber and Lottie know only... show more
All Evie wants is to be normal. And now that she's almost off her meds and at a new college where no one knows her as the-girl-who-went-nuts, there's only one thing left to tick off her list...But relationships can mess with anyone's head - something Evie's new friends Amber and Lottie know only too well. The trouble is, if Evie won't tell them her secrets, how can they stop her making a huge mistake?
Publish date: 2015-08-01
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
It's YA and I got given the book by a friend who had copies for World Book Night 2016. Otherwise, I would not have picked it up, because...YA. If I had read this when I was 15, I would have enjoyed this much more, but as I haven't the book fell a bit flat for me. The intention of the book is ...
This book was listed for World Book Night 2016 and though an unusual storyline (at fist glance recovery from teenage mental illness may not seem fertile territory for humour), Holly Bourne has successfully woven together a really positive 'rite of passage' novel, which reinforces the notion that a d...
This was a good read overall. The main character has OCD and anxiety and I feel that the author did a great job of portraying that. It felt very realistic, certainly. Really liked that part of the book.Problem is, the rest of the book is a bit like your generic teen highschool romance. Yes, the prot...
Evie is recovering from OCD, an OCD bad enough she had to be 'sectioned' - restrained for her own health. This is the story of her recovery, of her wanting to be normal…The story pulled me in from that start with Evie's fast wit and humour coming right out in the first few pages. She's a delight to ...
For a while now I’ve been staying within the YA genre and my recent choices have been one’s that tackle the theme of mental health. Mental health can be difficult to get right, but this was a very realistic and accurate portrayal of a girl with O.C.D (obsessive compulsive disorder) and G.A.D (genera...
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