Primperfect



PrimperfectNo, 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 ImperfectDesperately Funny Desperately TouchingThe Final Instalment In The Diaries Of Primrose Leary

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.

[BOOKS] ✯ Primperfect Author Deirdre Sullivan – Heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Primperfect
  • Deirdre Sullivan
  • English
  • 19 November 2018
  • 1908195908

10 thoughts on “Primperfect

  1. Mary says:

    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 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 can t deny how well thought out her reasonings are, and in this book she has learned how her actions have consequences Things she says and does can hurt other people I think she beats herself up too much about it, but she s such a good girl reallyI love the other characters too Even the vile Karen But Ella is my favourite I think I need an Ella in my life.My most favourite part is Prim sorting through her mental illness Hardly the lightest of topics to take on, but Deirdre writes with so much emotion, eloquence and HUMOUR, HURRAY that you actually get to see what it s like inside the mind of someone going through depression without falling down with her.I hate typing long reviews on my phone, so I m stopping here, but I ve literally just finished reading and I don t want to leave the headspace yet

  2. Karina says:

    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 page 31 an 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 page 31 and I had to stop for a bit so I wouldn t get run over because I couldn t see where I was going becausewell, my eyes were a bit blurry.Funny and sad and smart and true this is a great book and a brilliant ending to a truly wonderful series

  3. E. Thomas says:

    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 intelligence an 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 intelligence and sensitivity So long, Leary

  4. rosamund says:

    In the final installment of this series, Prim is 16, and reading the diaries her mother left her for the first time Like the other two books, it captures the complexity of teen life, full of intense emotion and bittersweet promise One of the strengths of the first two books was that they didn t tie up all loose ends, but left a lot of threads open to interpretation I felt that Sullivan maybe pushed that a little too far in this book, especially as it s the conclusion So little growth or chan In the final installment of this series, Prim is 16, and reading the diaries her mother left her for the first time Like the other two books, it captures the complexity of teen life, full of intense emotion and bittersweet promise One of the strengths of the first two books was that they didn t tie up all loose ends, but left a lot of threads open to interpretation I felt that Sullivan maybe pushed that a little too far in this book, especially as it s the conclusion So little growth or change happened that it felt stagnant at times, which was disappointing But overall, I enjoyed these stories a lot and was impressed by their humour and emotional resonance

  5. KV says:

    I did not enjoyed this story except the communication between Prim Fintan which was funny I did not enjoyed this story except the communication between Prim Fintan which was funny

  6. Shannon says:

    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 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 loss, to parental separation, friendship, growing up, love and mental health Deirdre Sullivan writes all of these issues with such honesty and does not rose tint or sugar coat any of thedifficult themes This made the story of Prim feel so real and really allows for the reader to sympathise with Prim and her family If I could describe the series in a word it would be quirky The novels are unique, with a host of unusual and fun characters

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