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Finding Audrey ➵ [Read] ➯ Finding Audrey By Sophie Kinsella ✤ – Een Angststoornis Maakt Het Dagelijks Leven Van De Veertienjarige Audrey Behoorlijk Lastig Ze Heeft Baat Bij De Gesprekken Met Haar Psycholoog, Maar Ze Komt Pas Echt Tot Bloei Wanneer Ze Linus Ontmoet Een Angststoornis Maakt Het Dagelijks Leven Van De Veertienjarige Audrey Behoorlijk Lastig Ze Heeft Baat Bij De Gesprekken Met Haar Psycholoog, Maar Ze Komt Pas Echt Tot Bloei Wanneer Ze Linus Ontmoet, Een Teamgenoot Van Haar Oudere Broer Linus Snapt Haar Audrey Kan Met Hem Over Haar Angsten Praten Zoals Ze Dat Nog Nooit Met Iemand Anders Heeft Kunnen Doen.

  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Finding Audrey
  • Sophie Kinsella
  • Dutch
  • 06 June 2017
  • 9789044347371

About the Author: Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella has sold over million copies of her books in than countries, and she has been translated into over languagesSophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September with her first novel in the Shopaholic series The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic The book s heroine, Becky Bloomwood a fun and feisty fin.

10 thoughts on “Finding Audrey

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    Sophie Kinsella used to be such a guilty pleasure author for me I haven t read one of her books in years but I always enjoyed reading about the hilarious, ridiculous and unfortunate situations her shopaholic protagonist found herself in.Finding Audrey, though, could be Kinsella s strongest work to date It s funny, sweet, heartwarming but also I felt an honest look at a teenage girl living with social anxiety They talk about body language, as if we all speak it the same But everyone has their own dialect For me right now, for example, swiveling my body right away and staring rigidly at the corner means, I like you Because I didn t run away and shut myself in the bathroom I just hope he realizes that One of my favourite things about this book is that it s about one of those families loud, crazy, often torn apart by arguments, but ultimately very close and loving towards one another The dynamics Kinsella creates between the members of Audrey s family make this book very funny and sometimes touching too.Audrey s mother is a neurotic Daily Mail fan who constantly tries to improve her family...

  2. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    THIS WAS SUCH A GOOD BOOK I appreciated the fact that it was a light hearted book that still dealt with a serious topic like mental illness and did it in a respectful way BLESS YOU SOPHIE KINSELLA.

  3. Christine Riccio Christine Riccio says:


  4. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    EDIT If you don t agree with my opinions on this review, you don t have to comment and tell me I m wrong JUST SAYIN My opinion isn t going to change.I want to be very clear about something, though I didn t finish this book because of ME It s a book that makes me uncomfortable and unhappy But that s just me It s totally a case of it s you, not me So YEAH I don t believe in reading books that make me awfully unhappy I DNF d this at 100 pages.This is a book about social anxietywritten in the most insensitive way EVER It s a joke The entire book is a joke I don t know about you, but I can t do that I can t read a book that mixes something so devastatingly destroying as mental illness with funky writing As someone with social anxiety, I just feel this book portrayed it as a joke It is not a joke.This is what went really wrong for me in the 100 pages I read The mother is INSANE Like, kooky har har let s all laugh at the mother insane Not okay. We re mixing a real mental illness Audrey s anxiety with the mother s kookinessfor a laugh I couldn t I JUST COULDN T The mother has this huge vendetta against the older brother, Frank s, computer games No reason She just is obsessed with making him not play computer games And I don t mean off handedly worried I mean, FREAKING OBSESS...

  5. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    Update I reviewed finished this a few days ago after having read it all in one day but as I sit here and plan the review and think about it I realize it s not a 3 star read, but of a 2 star read for me so I have lowered my rating accordingly Thi...

  6. Emma Giordano Emma Giordano says:

    I did enjoy my time with this book, but I feel I did not enjoy it as much as my peers I have had Finding Audrey on my radar for an immensely long time due to it being one of the only YA books I ve found to deal with social anxiety, specifically, and while I was pleased with the mental health rep, I found the majority of the rest of the book to be lacking.The glowing element of this story is absolutely the representation for social anxiety Audrey is diagnosed with Social Anxiety Disorder and clinical depression As someone who has dealt with anxiety and depression for most of my life, I can happily say this book contains an accurate depiction I love how true of a portrayal this novel is Social anxiety is not only being afraid to talk on phones, not feeling comfortable in crowds, or having trouble making new friends It affects all of your interpersonal relationships and makes daily tasks like making eye contact, eating in front of others, or leaving the house almost impossible As a note, I ve seen a few reviews suggesting Audrey also deals with...

  7. Lola Lola says:

    Sophie Kinsella did it again Earlier this week, I read and disliked ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS I thought it was because the main character was lethargic, which was mostly due to her social anxiety, but so is Audrey She s an observer also very calm, stays inside, interacts little and I loved the hell out of her voice Something bad happened to Audrey at her last school, so now she wanders around the house aimlessly Her doctor tells her to make a video documenting her life, family, recovery, which helps her interact with others and herself Another new key element in her life is her brother s new friend to whom she took a liking I loved the humour I was so scared it would be similar to WHERE DID YOU GO, BERNADETTE, which is a tragicomedy also, with an isolated protagonist who disappears But unlike the title suggests, this isn t a book about the literal definition of finding Audrey More like the metaphorical one The characters are very interesting It revolves around Audrey s family and Audrey herself All family members are fully fleshed out, from overly eager little Felix to obsessive stay at home Mom In ELIZA AND H...

  8. Natalie Monroe Natalie Monroe says:

    4.5 stars Life is all about climbing up, slipping down, and picking yourself up again And it doesn t matter if you slip down As long as you re kind of heading or less upwards That s all you can hope for More or less upward Sophie Kinsella is on my auto buy list Her books are like literary sunshine They re sweet, heartwarming, and never fail to coax a laugh out of me.Finding Audrey is no exception with a twist The critical reader in me hates it At the beginning of the book, Audrey needs to wear sunglasses and can t leave the house because of her anxiety When a stranger walks into her room, she immediately has a panic attack My chest is starting to rise in panic Tears have already started to my eyes My throat feels frozen I need to escape I need I can t But halfway through, with no loved ones by her side, she s able to make the 20 minute walk from her house to Starbucks Busy, bustling Starbucks with its lines and irritable screenplay writers hogging seats.Can you guess how Audrey does it Yup, you guessed it Motherfucking love Because love is...

  9. Lindsey Rey Lindsey Rey says:

    Sophie Kinsella does it again If you want a great mental health book, THIS IS IT So therapy and medication positive, along with being positive in general, I love it

  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    The trouble is, depression doesn t come with handy symptoms like spots and a temperature, so you don t realize it at first You keep saying I m fine to people when you re not fine You think you should be fine You keep saying to yourself Why aren t I fine This is going to be one long ass review, everyone.Let me just preface this by saying one reason why I love this book so much is because of how personal the topic is to me Some of this review will be a ramble y description of my experiences with anxiety which I will put in a spoiler tag at the very end To put you out of your misery, here s the full diagnosis Social Anxiety Disorder, General Anxiety Disorder, and Depressive Episodes.Episodes Like depression is a sitcom with a fun punch line each time Or a TV box set loaded with cliffhangers The only cliffhanger in my life is Will I ever get rid of this shit and believe me, it gets pretty monotonous.Finding Audrey is a book that I didn t expect to love as much as I did I was expecting a typical mental illness contemporary, where the MC has something wrong with them, meets some love interest, is miraculously cured, and then goes to make out or have sex, or whatever the fuck with their insta lover This was nothing like that This was a humourous, hard hitting story about the realities of living with a mental illness Not the romanticized, bullshit versions authors keep putting out Can we just take a moment to appreciate the accurate portrayal of a...

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