The Manifesto on How to be Interesting
Bree is a loser, a wannabe author who hides behind words. But when she’s told she needs to start living a life worth writing about, The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting is born. Six steps on how to be interesting. Six steps that will see her infiltrate the popular set, fall in love with someone forbidden and make the biggest mistake of her life.
Probably the best YA novel I’ve ever read, and that’s a strong statement to make.
Full of wisdom, heartache, and honesty, this tops John Green in my book.
-Never Judge a Book by its Cover
I’d recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
-Beth Reekles, YA author (The Kissing Booth)
The banter & bitchiness is UTTERLY ADDICTIVE.
-Non Pratt, YA author (Trouble)
Tackles issues like peer pressure, bullying and self-harm, but so very readable.
-Bookseller Children’s Buyers Guide
Very much in tune with her audience, this second novel from Holly has characters that readers will relate to and remember long after reading the last page.
Holly Bourne has written an intriguing and well-written YA novel that keeps you turning the pages and is a meaner Mean Girls of sorts.