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Am I Normal Yet? (The Spinster Club Series #1) Paperback – 1 Aug 2015

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Book 1 of 3 in the Spinster Club Series

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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (1 Aug. 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1409590305
  • ISBN-13: 978-1409590309
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 2.8 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 124 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,757 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A very funny and poignant look at OCD, secrets, feminism and friendship. -- The Telegraph

A brutal and brilliant takedown of how we talk about mental illness, feminism, and friendship. If you've ever felt out of the ordinary, this is for you (ie everyone). It manages to be enjoyable without being flippant, incisive without being preachy. My first thought having finished it was 'I wish I'd read this when I was a teenager', but in all truth I think it's just as valuable to have read it now. --The Guardian

An involving look at feminism, friendship and the secrets we hide even from those who know us best. -- The Observer

If I could, I'd make this book obligatory reading for everyone. It's that good. That perfect. That holy frick I haven't read anything this powerful in a long while . -- Beth Reekles, YA author (The Kissing Booth)

This is not a novel about a condition: Evie's condition is that of being a contemporary young woman, and through her guerrilla feminist group with new soulmates Lottie and Amber (who will each get a novel to themselves shortly) she learns new pathways through life that all her peers can follow. -- The Observer

A deeply compassionate, sensitive & funny examination of OCD, recovery & relapse. -- The Guardian

Takes a hard look at young people's experiences with mental health. --Buzzfeed

This book is a stigma buster and I love it for that. -- Guardian reader review

This book is really important for two reasons. 1. The insight it gives the reader into the mind of someone suffering from OCD. 2. The constant references to and exploration of feminist ideas and theories.Besides the fact that it's important and deals with serious issues, it's well written with fully realised characters you really care about. I wish I had read this book when I was 15. Highly recommended. --Louise O'Neil

Holly Bourne is becoming something of a writing sensation in the world of Young Adult fiction... Using humour, high emotion, compassion, sensitivity and some hard-hitting drama, Bourne creates a beautiful, resonant story that tackles serious issues with the lightest and sometimes darkest of touches, giving real and moving insights into what it means to be young, confused and isolated. --Lancashire Evening Post

Topical, thought-provoking, honest, current, relevant, kind of quirky... [the quiz writers] wished she'd been writing when they were growing up. --Quiz Writers' Choice Award Judges

An epic and unique release this summer that I plead you all to pick up! This novel has a distinct British feel with moments mixed with laughter, tainted with tears and bound with love. Holly Bourne has created a beautiful tale. -- Paper Trail YA

A word that perfectly encompasses this book is 'thought-provoking' - by challenging stigma and addressing topics that are sometimes avoided and brushed under the carpet, it really makes you think. We need more books like this! -- Snazzy Reads blog

Am I Normal Yet? is such a important novel that I urge everyone to read it, regardless of age or gender. Everyone will be able to take something away from this novel, whether it's a greater understanding about mental health, a comfort that you re not alone, or even just the knowledge that if someone looks OK on the outside, it doesn t always mean they re OK on the inside. -- Blabbering about Books blog

At last a YA book has come along that challenges the mixed messages that modern society sends out to girls and introduces young openly feminist characters who I m sure will become heroes to teen girls everywhere. Am I Normal Yet? is a must read for anyone who recognises just how tough being a girl really is. --Jess Hearts Books

A real eye opener, especially when paired with the issues of feminism and how it is perceived. A definite recommendation for all of those wishing to read between the lines. -- Delilah Acworth, for lovereading4kids.co.uk

Am I Normal Yet? is 100% brilliant. Only on p.100 and it's already the best portrait of the nuances of OCD I've ever read. -- Alexia Cascale, Twitter

AWESOME. #CanIJoinTheSpinsterClub? - Tilda S, Twitter

What a well needed, moving, and brill book! -- Sophie Reid, Twitter

Just finished 'Am I Normal Yet?' and I seriously have no words. I want to squeeze/hug you Holly Bourne. -- Snazzy Reads, Twitter

This book is a stigma buster, and for all the right reasons. It's incredible. -- Joshua, Goodreads

"I'm actually quite smart when I'm not being sectioned." So enjoying the humour & honesty of Am I Normal Yet? --Fiona Noble, The Bookseller

This is not a novel about a condition: Evie s condition is that of being a contemporary young woman, and through her guerrilla feminist group with new soulmates Lottie and Amber (who will each get a novel to themselves shortly) she learns new pathways through life that all her peers can follow --The Observer

This is quite easily Bourne's best novel yet. Might have been a tricky subject matter, but it was funny and heartbreaking and thought-provoking. --An Awful Lot of Reading

I love the Spinsters Club, and I so want my own! What I love is how Bourne breaks down these ideas so they are so accessible! ... There are a few feminist YA stories out at the moment, but this is the first I've read that actually talks about feminism and discusses how to be a feminist, and I think it really could be a game changer! And I am so happy! I am so, so happy and excited! --Once Upon a Bookcase

It s not a book that I can find fault with because it was just written so perfectly and so carefully and sensitively. I just enjoyed it so much. --Lucy the Reader

About the Author

Holly Bourne is an author and a journalist. Holly's first two books, Soulmates and The Manifesto on How to be Interesting, have been critically acclaimed and translated into six languages. The first book in the Spinster Club series, Am I Normal Yet?, was chosen as a World Book Night book for 2016 and was shortlisted for the YA Book Prize. The Spinster Club series has also inspired the formation of Spinster Clubs across the UK and Ireland. Before becoming a full-time author, Holly was editor of TheSite.org - a charity-run advice and information website for young people.


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