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Finding Audrey

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But halfway through, with no loved ones by her side, she's able to make the 20-minute walk from her house to Starbucks. And I can feel something new between us, something even more intimate than anything we've ever done. Audrey's family is hilarious and every character was so well-written and real; I adored them all even though everyone had their own quirks! Just because you manage to do something that causes you anxiety once doesn’t mean the anxiety goes away the next time you try to do it… it’s always there and portraying it as this thing that can be so easily overcome is really insensitive. I was expecting a typical mental illness contemporary, where the MC has something "wrong" with them, meets some love interest, is miraculously cured, and then goes to make-out or have sex, or whatever the fuck with their insta-lover.

Black Iris does a fantastic job of charting the highs and lows of falling in love with a bipolar person, while Finding Audrey sugarcoats it.Below us, on the front lawn, Frank is scampering about in his Big Bang Theory T-shirt, clutching his head and gibbering with panic. It was a very therapy positive book and I loved how it was made clear that progress isn’t a straight line upwards, but instead you will have setbacks and it is up to you how you want to proceed from there. I think the reason she was hiding behind the dark glasses was justified and I liked that part about her.

It affects all of your interpersonal relationships and makes daily tasks like making eye contact, eating in front of others, or leaving the house almost impossible. Now she stays at home and interferes with her family and her therapist as she tries to regain her confidence! I definitely recommend it to all Sophie Kinsella fans as well as readers who want to try her writing but aren't interested (yet) in her adult books.The two subjects went on their own path until probably the last ten pages of the novel, in which it didnt even matter anymore. The family goes on strike and Mum hides her sandwich in the flower bed and next week we’re not gluten free anymore. It's very reminiscent of The Fault in our Stars with the entire sassy "omg whatever" teenager type narration, a sarcastic YA trope that I thought I was hate but ended up actually chuckling at a couple of times.

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