The Manifesto on How to be Interesting
Written by Holly Bourne
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November 2014 Book of the Month Bree hides away behind her blog that few people read. So, if she writes about things people do want to read will it change her life to one of excitement and popularity? That's when she comes up with the Manifesto on How to Be Interesting. It works but at what cost and will it end up being the biggest mistake of her life. Very much in tune with her audience this second novel from Holly has characters readers will relate to and remember long after reading the last page. Check out the reviews from teenagers below of Holly's debut novel Soulmates.
A small number of readers were lucky enough to be invited to review Soulmates, Holly Bourne's debut novel. Read their reviews below.
Sarah Murray - 'I could not but this book down it was amazing! Everything you think about love and soulmates gets completely re-written. It is one of my favourite books this year it is a must read!' Click here to read the full review.
Molly Hudson - 'If you love a good romance book, but are into science-fiction too, this is perfect as it has a bit of each thrown in...we definitely need a sequel please Holly!! Definitely 5 stars!' Click here to read the full review.
Ayesha Afghan - 'Soulmates is probably one of the sweetest yet saddest romances ever...Holly Bourne did a really good job on writing this novel and I am looking forward to reading more of her novels in future.' Click here to read the full review.
Delilah Acworth - 'It was amazing, especially for a teenage girl like myself, because I could truly connect with the young characters. A stunning read, I highly recommend.' Click here to read the full review.
Joe Wilkes - 'Soulmates follows panic-attack-stricken Lizzie...Unfortunate circumstances lead to her meeting the love of her life, and all sorts of things go wrong from there.' Click here to read the full review.
The Manifesto on How to be Interesting by Holly Bourne
Bree is by no means popular. Most of the time, she hates her life, her school, her never-there parents. So she writes. But when Bree is told she needs to stop shutting the world out and start living a life worth writing about, The Manifesto on How to be Interesting is born. Bree starts a blog to track her progress and the experiment begins…
“I’d recommend the book to anyone and everyone.” – Beth Reekles, bestselling YA author of The Kissing Booth
“Full of wisdom, heartache, and honesty, this tops John Green in my book.” – Never Judge a Book by Its Cover blog
“A hand reached out from this book and touched mine and I will never forget it.” – CJ Skuse, YA author
“Hopeful and funny, with a wonderful main character, this will be big!” – Waterstones Trafford, Teen
“5 stars.” – YA Birmingham Waterstones
“Reading The Manifesto on How to be Interesting has just made my day 300% better and filled me with a strange mix of hope and determination.” - @_rabbitheart_
“The Manifesto on How To Be Interesting is a book that is scarily appropriate to our generation.” – @sarah_gamble7
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1st August 2014
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