Meet Kat Evans: Feminist. Overthinker. Hot mess.
A hilarious antidote to our Insta-perfect world, for girls who want to do it right but always feel they’re getting it wrong …
16-year-old Kat has suffered through mortifying incidents, muddling moments and Instagram hell – but her extreme teenage confusion isn’t over yet.
It’s a new term, and Kat is determined to spread the word about DOING GOOD FEMINISM to all her fellow students. But her new Feminist Society does not exactly go to plan (why is everyone more confused than she is?!) and she’s left feeling more of a failure than ever. And with best friends Millie and Sam both going through difficult times, Kat wants to be there for them.
But there’s a class trip to France to look forward to, and a reunion with Kat’s former fling and TOTAL DREAMBOAT Sébastien. This is exactly what they all need … until Kat’s plans begin to unravel.
If Kat is doing her best, why does she always feel as if she must do better?
Fearlessly navigating school, mental health and relationships, Kate Weston is a hilarious new voice for those who love Holly Bourne and Netflix’s Sex Education.
Press and Reviews
“Holly Bourne fans should love this uproarious debut by standup comic Weston, which pinballs from period jokes to giant penises projected on the whiteboard as 15-year-old…”Read more
“If you found the late Louise Rennison’s diaries of Georgia Nicholson funny, and you are not squeamish... this book by Kate Weston will make you laugh…”Read more
“There is such joy in finding teen fiction that gets the balance between hilarious and heart-breaking absolutely spot on, and Weston has created characters that speak…”Read more
“One of the funniest young adult books of recent years!”
“Holly Bourne fans should love this uproarious debut by standup comic Weston, which pinballs from period jokes to giant penises projected on the whiteboard as 15-year-old…”
“If you found the late Louise Rennison’s diaries of Georgia Nicholson funny, and you are not squeamish about explicit discussion of mooncups and dick pics, this…”