My Brilliant Life and Other Disasters

Best friends, enemies, doodles and a thumbs-up from Harry Hill. Nice. A must if you enjoy Dork Diaries or the Rachel Riley books. The girls you first met in My Best Friend and Other Enemies are mates again. Yay! Well, nearly. Jess’s new school comic has been launched to great acclaim, and she’s loving her new-found fame. But guess who feels left out? Natalie! Then Jess discovers that Scarlett, a new cartoonist on the block, is after her comic crown. It’s felt-tip pens at dawn. (And super-funny doodles on every page, of course.)

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  • loved it

    This is the second book in the series by Catherine Wilkins. It’s just as good as the first one and it is relatable. Jessica and Natalie are best friends again, but things have changed a bit. Remember Amelia, the girl who argued with Jess? Well her cousin Scarlett is a comic artist too and tries to combat Jess’ art!

    23 December 2019

  • i love reading diaries of fictitious characters.

    9 March 2014

  • This is such a funny book and at the same time is also very heart-warming! If you like this one then you’ll adore the one before it. I couldn’t put it down!

    9 March 2014

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    great books

    8 March 2014

  • loved it

    This book was great! It had a really gripping storyline and was hilarious. This book should be read AFTER ‘My Best friend and other Enemies’ (another great book). I recommend this book to people who like cartoons and for all ages.

    8 March 2014

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