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...And a Happy New Year?
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...And a Happy New Year? (Hardback)

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Spinster Club girls Evie, Amber and Lottie are reunited for the mother of all New Year's Eve parties. Having spent months apart since finishing college, they've got plenty to catch up on: how is Evie juggling a relationship with her OCD? Does Amber plan to spend more time with Kyle in America? And where did Lottie end up? Get ready for some serious partying - and some major New Year's revelations - from everyone's favourite cheesy-snack-loving feminists.



Children'sFiction & true storiesRomance & relationships storiesChildren'sFiction & true storiesSchool storiesChildren'sPersonal & social issues Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 01/11/2016 ISBN-13: 9781474927222  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Holly Bourne is an author and a journalist. Holly's first two books, Soulmates and The Manifesto on How to be Interesting, have been critically acclaimed and translated into six languages. The first book in the Spinster Club series, Am I Normal Yet?, was chosen as a World Book Night book for 2016 and was shortlisted for the YA Book Prize. The Spinster Club series has also inspired the formation of Spinster Clubs across the UK and Ireland. Before becoming a full-time author, Holly was editor of TheSite.org - a charity-run advice and information website for young people.

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There's a reason why people LOVE The Spinster Club girls and this book showcases all three perfectly! Although this is the latest book in the series, it's a perfect one for people who somehow haven't yet read the series but would love to see what the hype's about and who the girls are. I'd love to read more books like this, where you can check in with the girls in a brief story packed with emotion, drama and fun. I loved this book; it was a quick read taking place on this one night but that doesn't stop it being an important read for teens and young adults since it's showing the girls after leaving school/college which is a scary and exciting time! It was so refreshing to read something that shows how not everyone loves uni, not everyone goes to uni and how friendships do inevitably change when people move off to different places and others stay behind, but all of these things are OK! If you haven't read The Spinster Club yet, read this and you'll want to pick up the others straight away to know more about three brilliant characters. If you have...read this one to know what happens next!

- 27/12/2017
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I was in the middle of a grueling round of mid-terms when I read this book, and the book before it - What’s A Girl Gotta Do? because waiting has never been my strong suit. I had three days for four papers AND I was sick so that should tell you how utterly excited I was for these last two books in the series. While What’s A Girl Gotta Go? Was like a second calling – THE BOOK that I’d been waiting for, the conclusion (And A Happy New Year) felt petty and predictable in comparison. In fact, there was nothing of real importance that happened. Since it was an epilogue of a book released a while AFTER book three, What’s A Girl Gotta Do? I suppose it would be meant more to people who read it as the books released, but it was less than a day since I said goodbye to the characters and then opened the book set in a world a year later. What I Liked About The Book: 1. The Multiple POVs: The previous three books in the series were told from one of the core members of The Spinster Club. The first was Evie, then Amber and last, Lottie. This book alternated between the three girls, showing you what they’d been doing for the last year and an up close look at their problems. It was fun reading it from all three girls POV. 2. THE GORGEOUS COVER: It defied the theme that the previous three books were going with but I don’t care because this book LOOKS BEAUTIFUL. The cover and the embossed version inside BOTH, I mean. I opened the dust jacket on a whim and it was so pretty on the inside too! EEK. Things That SHOULD’VE BEEN BETTER: 1. KYLE: I like Kyle. He’s a good guy. He’s supposedly hot and fun but THIS GUY IS ONE GIANT BALL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY – GOING, BLOND AND TALL AND GORGEOUS (and a jock) and he’s always struck me as a LITTLE TOO PERFECT. I’ve honestly never seen his character undergo any kind of growth because he is perfection and that is SO UNBELIEVABLE TO ME. HOW EVEN? 2. The Fact That Nothing Happened In This Book: Honestly, the only problem in this book is that these girls hadn’t really spoken to each other and for that there was throwing up and drunk people, a bucket-load of tears and a break up because of a lack of communication. I wish this had been better, to be honest. I’m glad I read this book, I could NEVER regret reading this series but I wish it had just ended better, you know? 3 stars.

- 06/08/2017
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