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My Madder Fatter Diary (Paperback)
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My Madder Fatter Diary (Paperback)

Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 30/01/2014
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RAE'S BACK! But now it's 1990. The Berlin wall is down and the Happy Mondays are up, really up, but the new decade's brought new mortifications for Rae Earl and she's MADDER and FATTER than ever. About to enter the most important year of her life - her actual bloody A Level year - everyone expects her to concentrate on schoolwork but how can she when Haddock's backside is still a national treasure and revision at home is just NOT HAPPENING! It's hell outside the house too, if hell was in Stamford, Lincolnshire, and punishment for sins was a fiery eternity of awkwardness.

In My Madder Fatter Diary, Rae reveals her real-life teenage diary once again, transporting us to a Britain instantly recognisable to those who remember Bryan Adams at the top of the charts and anybody who's been eighteen and agonisingly embarrassed by EVERYTHING. It's wet-your-knickers hilarious. It's blub-your-eyes-out sad. It's the touching, romantic, MAD, FAT story of what happened next.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781444754285
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 278 g
Dimensions: 197 x 131 x 25 mm

'Funnier, sadder and ruder than Adrian Mole, this will delight teenagers past and present' * Financial Times *
You wouldn't catch many people revealing their true teen thoughts. Hurray then for Rae Earl, who dug out her 1989 diary and published it in the raw. Hilarious and gut-wrenchingly familiar * In Style *
Very funny * Elle *
'Full of 80s nostalgia, this journal will make you laugh out loud' * Closer (four stars) *
'Very funny - and sad' * Heat *
'Full of teenage logic, bad poetry and 80s nostalgia, Rae's frank and hilarious trip down memory lane stands out from the current surge of memoirs' * The London Paper *
This show actually is my mad fat diary. I have already pretty much lived this show, for real... Reminds you how rarely you see teenage girls on television doing anything other than looking sexy in short skirts, endlessly texting their friends about parties, or wailing "IT'S SO UNFAIR" when their parents won't buy them a car. * Caitlin Moran for The Times *
The diaries based on author Rae's real life continue in excellent style * Heat *

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