How to Build a Girl - Caitlin Moran

How to Build a Girl

By Caitlin Moran

  • Release Date: 2014-07-03
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 3.32 MB
Score: 4.5
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Description

Soon to be a major film directed by Coky Giedroyc and starring Ladybird's Beanie Feldstein as Johanna Morrigan and Game of Thrones's Alfie Allen as John Kite

My name’s Johanna Morrigan. I’m fourteen, and I’ve just decided to kill myself.

I don’t really want to die, of course! I just need to kill Johanna, and build a new girl. Dolly Wilde will be everything I want to be, and more! But as with all the best coming-of-age stories, it doesn’t exactly go to plan…

A Number One Sunday Times bestseller in hardback and paperback, from the award-winning and Sunday Times bestselling author of How to Be a Woman.

Reviews

  • How to Build a Girl

    5
    By Kerryt6
    I loved this book, made me laugh out loud and cringe. Dysfunctional family but fun.
  • Life-affirming punk prose

    5
    By Ja1n
    Whatever your age, Johanna Morrigan / Dolly Wilde will speak to you, either the you that you are now, or the you that you once were. In my case, it’s the latter. I didn’t have a dysfunctional family, but How to Build a Girl makes me wish I had. I wish I’d known at fourteen that you could just kill off the person you hated being and build someone else, the person you wanted to be. And if that didn’t work out, rip it up and start again. And keep building new ones until you found the one you wanted to keep. Good luck, Johanna / Dolly. I look forward to meeting you again soon.
  • Truthful, filthy and hysterical

    5
    By Estpat
    I wish a book like this had come along when I was a bit younger-it's one of those books that teaches you lessons you wish you had known at 17. Well written, funny, descriptive without being laborious, Caitlin Moran really captures the inner monologue of a teenage girl and brings that awkward, strange and exciting time to life. I want to read it again immediately!

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