My So-called Life: The Tragically Normal Diary of Rachel Riley (Paperback)
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My So-called Life: The Tragically Normal Diary of Rachel Riley (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 07/06/2007

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Rachel Riley is the offspring of a depressingly unbroken home. Her mum and dad refuse to let her have a mobile phone, and have banned Ribena (too purple) and Eastenders (too common); her seven-year-old brother buys giant Des Lynam cut-outs and Will Young dolls from ebay and talks in Elvish; and the adopted dog eats her Pride and Prejudice boxed collection. It is time to change things. Rachel resolves that this year she will become tragic, literary and interesting - and will win the heart of Justin, the lead guitarist from Certain Death, along the way. Laugh-out-loud funny from beginning to end, this is a fresh new voice which will speak directly to teenagers everywhere. If Bridget Jones had kept a diary when she was a teenager, it is unlikely to have been this funny! Not suitable for younger readers.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780192755261
Weight: 228 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 19 mm

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“Hahah, what a read!”

A great feel good book. Makes you laugh so much at the stupidest things. Not exactly a book i would read over and over, or recommend to everyone because there are some stupid things some wouldnt find funny.

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