OMG! Is This Actually My Life? Hattie Moore's Unbelievable Year!

By Rae Earl

The OFFICIAL and TOTALLY MENTAL diary of Hattie Moore.

Fourteen-year-old Hattie Moore doesn't actually know who her dad is – but that's the least of her problems. How can she become a TOTAL HOTNESS GODDESS when Miss Gorgeous Knickers at school hates her and NO ONE FANCIES HER. And her family are an actual nightmare. Her unbelievably annoying brother is EVIL and on top of that, her gran is a TOTAL mental, who may be texting rude jokes to just about EVERYONE in the world. Including dentists. Hattie's diary of this tumultuous year is an absolutely hilarious account of the ups and downs of teenage life, including a dating bogey phobia, near death from biscotti and a home-made breast-growing machine.

Categories: Fiction

For readers aged: 12+

  • Publication details:
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781406340013
  • Published: 07 Feb 2013
  • Price: £6.99
  • Size: 198 x 129 mm
  • Pages: 336

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Customer reviews


'A breezy, girl-friendly read with some laugh-out-loud moments' I Read, Therefore I Blog

'A fun and frothy read littered with British humour!' The Page Turner

'Hattie is a lively character, throughout the book I found at times I laughed with her, at times I wanted to give her a hug and at times I wanted to shake her!' Juniper Jungle

'Rae Earl captures the outrageous but nonetheless surprisingly loveable characteristics of this convincing teenage drama queen.'

'I defy anyone to read this and not be charmed by Hattie' Thoughts from the Hearthfire

'I couldn't put this book down' Teen Titles

'a laugh-out-loud book, with moments of real poignancy. . . written in diary format, with exclamations, dramatic statements and lots of rambling, Hattie’s diary has all the teenage angst of Adrian Mole and the female worries of Bridget Jones' Carousel

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