Meet Evie, friendly , happy, normal , whatever that is! Evie has OCD and hides it from her friends so they don't think of her as being different to them , but by hiding it she is making it hard on herself to cope when she is stressed out . A therapist and medication is her current routine on the road to recovery but unless she starts to become honest with herself she could start back down a slippery slope . Depression , anxiety , feminism are all important topics that are covered in the book while making you burst out laughing as Evie has a really good wicked sense of humour as the narrator . Seeing anxiety disorders through her eyes was raw and at times heartbreaking, but it is that way , and it was great reading a good representation of what it is really like to have.
I received this book for review from the lovely folks over at Lovereading4kids.co.uk .
This book is being published August 2015 and will be available from Livereading4kids.co.uk and all other good book stores then.
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