Primperfect

Primperfect No don t DO it Prim s alive though the dashing Roderick is alas no She s sixteen She s trying to make sense of her mum s diaries She is trying desperately to make Joel be friends with her again bu

  • Title: Primperfect
  • Author: Deirdre Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9781908195906
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • No, don t DO it Prim s alive though the dashing Roderick is, alas, no She s sixteen She s trying to make sense of her mum s diaries She is trying desperately to make Joel be friends with her again, but he s all friends with Karen aka the devil now, and Prim s found a boy called Robb with two bees, and then there s Steve the Goblin, and her dad s getting togethNo, don t DO it Prim s alive though the dashing Roderick is, alas, no She s sixteen She s trying to make sense of her mum s diaries She is trying desperately to make Joel be friends with her again, but he s all friends with Karen aka the devil now, and Prim s found a boy called Robb with two bees, and then there s Steve the Goblin, and her dad s getting together with you ll never guess who, and as for what s going on with Ciara and Syzmon Everything s a little imperfect.Desperately funny Desperately touching.The final instalment in the diaries of Primrose Leary.

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    2 thoughts on “Primperfect

    1. Deirdre Sullivan is from Galway She enjoys acting, reading, writing, crafting and day dreaming about the viking who will one day recue her from her life of drudgery Also cake She really, really does enjoy cake.

    2. It's over!!Prim is gone on her way, and I can't believe that's itI love so much about these books, and my reading genre of choice is usually YA anyway, but there's something different about reading Prim's life as a PA (physical adult. Like Fintan said, sometimes you might seem old, but your still only a child inside) compared to other YA books.These books shy away from NOTHING. Sex, drugs, rock and roll Personally, I think I agree with Prim's opinion most of the time, but even if you don't, you [...]

    3. I love this book. I really, really do. It was everything I wanted and more for the final instalment of the Prim series. The characters are as engrossing and loveable as ever. We can see how Prim has matured throughout the series and in some ways, she's a different person to who she was in Prim Improper. Her narrative is hilarious, as usual, although there are moments where the mood changes and we see that Prim still misses her mother terribly and thinks a lot about life and death. The excerpts f [...]

    4. So many feels! I'm sad Prim is over nowbut I suppose I can reread them all in a year or so.Also, many questions - I want to know what happens next - with Fintan & Sorrel & Robb & Felix & - just everyone, really. Awesome ending, though.There was a few parts that made me laugh out loud, others that made me wince in recognitionI'm just glad there weren't camera phones back when I went to teen parties, that's all I'm saying!Then, as I was walking down Camden Street reading, I got to [...]

    5. In this outstanding conclusion to a series of great heart, wit and originality, Primrose’s mother comes into focus via diaries which Fintan (Primrose’s auld fella – a likable gom), in a show of uncharacteristic wisdom, has hitherto kept from his daughter. The diaries inform Prim’s travails as she wrestles with adolescent embarrassment and self-doubt; they also provide an affecting counterpoint.Here is that rare book which manages to be funny even when treating serious themes with intelli [...]

    6. Check out my full review of the series click here!Here's a snippet of my review: "I recently finished reading the series and I have to say I was surprised at how thoroughly impressed I was. Upon first glance, I had thought these novels would be middle grade, light hearted sort of reads. I did not account for the range of difficult topics, character emotions and resonating story the books would hold. Through out the series Deirdre Sullivan writes about deep issues that affect Prim, from grief and [...]

    7. I bought Primperfect because a)it was the YA book of the month in Dubrays and they have awesome taste and b) I thought the cover was really pretty.I hadn't read the first two books in the series - which I know was a bit remiss of me - but it's something I fully intend to rectify.Where do I begin? I loved Prim, the main character,so much that I desperately wanted her to exist in real life so that I could befriend her. She was sharp, funny and flawed, i.e she was a real human being. I loved that s [...]

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