Lottie Biggs is Not Desperate Lottie Biggs is recovering from her mental disorder of a reasonably significant nature with the help of her counsellor who rather helpfully looks like Johnny Depp Things are looking up her hair is an

  • Title: Lottie Biggs is (Not) Desperate
  • Author: Hayley Long
  • ISBN: 9780330479752
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lottie Biggs is recovering from her mental disorder of a reasonably significant nature with the help of her counsellor, who rather helpfully looks like Johnny Depp Things are looking up her hair is an excellent shade of black, she has a job in a hairdresser and Gareth Stingecombe and his manly thighs are still the love of her life.

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    1. I love a bit of humour now and then. and boy does this book give all that. Its packed with humour and very often I couldn't help but laugh out loud.Even though there is no legitamate plot the story is indeed consuming. Lottie's character is full of light and joy giving the book a positive and wholly positive outake.It didn't seem as though anything astonishing would happen but there were parts in which I was like O.M.G! Especially the part where Lottie and Gareth are alone in the cinema. Lottie' [...]

    2. I seriously love this series and also Hayley Long for creating such a wonderful character as Lottie Biggs. Lottie Biggs Is (Not) Desperate is even more funny than the previous book. I absolutely howled with laughter at some points and I squirmed in embarassment for her as well. Because while the previous book, Lottie Biggs Is (Not) Mad primarily dealt with introducing Lottie and also of mental disturbance of a significant nature, this book focuses more on Lottie and her urges to have sex with Ga [...]

    3. Lottie Biggs is (Not) Desperate is, as Lottie would say, a “blatantly” amazing addition to the series. It’s just as funny – if not funnier – than its predecessor, and I absolutely loved it! Lottie, a teen with a mental disturbance of a significant nature, was absolutely hilarious in this one – and was just stumbling her way through life, one day at a time. I liked the addition of her guidance counsellor, Blake (who looked like Johnny Depp) in this one, because he was the one who help [...]

    4. This is the second book in the Lottie Biggs series, and is my favourite of the two. Gone are the serious issues I wasn't keen on in the first book, and in their place is a virginity dilemma, a new job and a rugby playing boyfriend with colossal thighs.My favourite parts of these books, and Hayley Long's writing, is the humour and pop culture references. Every page provides a laugh, whether it be talking about Lottie's observations or her experiences with Gareth. She's a sarcastic narrator, and d [...]

    5. Un deuxième tome beaucoup plus drôle, mais qui n'oublie pas la fragilité de Lottie (elle va mieux, elle voit un psy qui ressemble à Johnny Depp et rédige un cahier d'émotions pour gérer le tourbillon de sa vie). Folle amoureuse de Gareth, elle devient aussi complètement obsédée par l'idée de passer à l'acte ! Elle le veut et ne pense qu'à ça ! (Ha ! ha ! la fameuse réplique de la saucisse j'en rigole encore !). Sans oublier toutes les séances de coiffure où elle sert de cobaye [...]

    6. I was so disappointed with this book because I loved the first book. This was a huge step down.In this book Lottie is a whiny, little brat who is head over heels for some idiotic athlete. She is really annoying and a total baby.When I picked this book up, I was hoping to read another book about insanity and depression but instead I get a book about a girl who doesn't know if she is ready to have sex yet. Really its like all authors think teenagers care about is sex, movies about sex and books ab [...]

    7. i loved it it was just as funny as the first! my favoret character is goose she wants to be in a band just like me! i also liked lottie and gareth and mr.woods. He calls lottie charlotte and goose gail i think he would be a great english teacher but lottie thinkshe speaks a load of crap!

    8. This was a classic example of teen chick lit. Had not read anything that could draw parallels to Meg Cabot books eversince school had got over.

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