Rae Earl's hysterically funny and very touching real-life 1989 diary. If Adrian Mole had a teenage sister, she'd sound like this. It's 1989, and Rae Earl is a fat, boy-mad 17-year-old girl, living with her mum and their deaf white cat in a council house with a mint-green bathroom suite and a kitchen Rae can't keep away from. This is the hilarious real-life diary she kept during that fateful year - with characters like her evil friend Bethany; Bethany's besotted boyfriend; and the boys from the school up the road.
Fantastic book, watched the tv series and it became one of my favourite programmes and the book didn't disappoint, she even sounded like Raemoir from ..Show More »the show. very highly recommended.« Show Less
Volume two of Rae Earl's hilarious teenage diaries chronicles her all-important final year of high school...but how can school compete with more pressing crises like romance, her looks and a crazy family life? Rae Earl is about to enter the most important year of her life - her actual bloody final year of school. But how the hell can she concentrate on that when it looks like the love of her life, Haddock, may be about to seriously do it with her?
It's difficult to say, as you get different things from the print version. In print it is more like reading a real diary but the audio version brings ..Show More »the characters to life, particularly because of the authentic accent.« Show Less