Pub Date 1 Nov 2019
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‘funny’ Better Reading
‘funny’ Melissa Sargent, Love that Book
‘funny’ Better Reading
‘laugh out loud’ Book Book Owl
Elle is holed up in an exclusive retreat where women pay thousands to mimic her extreme lifestyle, or die trying. But who's bankrolling Elle's new empire?
Abi just wants to marry her true love in the garden on New Year's Eve. But her ex-husband is building a financial cult in the shed and her teenage daughter's YouTube channel is gaining followers for all the wrong reasons.
Frances has a newborn and a WhatsApp mothers' group that's giving her anxiety. But she's certain that if she can just be more like those fitmums on Instagram, things can only get better.
Enter the world of How To Be Perfect… fake gurus, green smoothies and bad influences included.
---‘Laugh out loud funny’ Sam Still Reading
‘Brilliantly funny… A riot’ Better Reading
‘A super fun read, that combines both laugh out loud and cringeworthy moments!’ Book Book Owl
‘A darkly funny satire which challenges the veneer of perfectly curated social media accounts and highlights global insecurities of women. Is it ever possible to be perfect and why do we strive so hard for it?’ Melissa Sargent, Love that Book
‘Highly entertaining… An absolutely excellent book club choice in my opinion and an absolute riot’ Theresa Smith Writes
‘The plot is quick paced and keeps you hooked from the beginning… Holly Wainwright really has done a fantastic job of capturing the craziness of social media and how it can affect your real life!’ One Bookish Girl
‘Holly Wainwright is a natural storyteller and she’s back with another rollicking good read’ Story Addict
‘A witty and honest look at the world in which we inhabit today in all its glory and failings’ Mrs B’s Book Reviews
‘A highly entertaining read’ Chicklit Club
‘Wainwright brings her witty social commentary and pulls no punches as she takes us on another rollercoaster ride of bloggers, self-improvement and bad influencers’ Beauty and Lace
‘Brilliantly funny… The characters in How to Be Perfect are a riot. A novel that manages to both laugh at contemporary trends whilst calling out the unfair and unrealistic expectations placed upon women in the 21st century’ Better Reading