‘Brings to mind Kathy Lette and Jilly Cooper’ MAIL ON SUNDAY
“O’Connell’s debut is a delightful, lighthearted romp around Hollywood and the world of reality television.” — BOOKLIST USA on The Sex Was Great But. . .
“Outrageously funny and a serious contender for the teen chick-lit throne.” — THE BOOKSELLER on Pulling Princes.
“Bridget Jones on speed. She’s funnier, sharper, and there’s no way she’s going to end up with anyone called Darcy” THE GUARDIAN
“Lightening Fast Comic twists” ELLE UK
“Outrageously funny and a serious contender for the teen chick-lit throne.” – Claudia Mody, THE BOOKSELLER
“A wickedly funny, bitchy, romp set at the heart of the trendy London art scene.” PUBLISHING NEWS on Making The A List
“Funny exposé of It-girlschool life.” ELLE GIRL UK
“Briget Jones for the early teen set.”- WASHINGTON POST USA
‘A spirited page-turner that is high on humor’ – COMPANY Magazine UK
‘Crucial Reading’ – COSMOPOLITAN UK
“Wickedly Funny” PUBLISHING NEWS
“Budding Anglophiles ….will soak up the flood of upper-class British culture in this book. Fans of Cecily von Ziegesar’s “Gossip Girl” series and Zoey Dean’s “A-List” series (both Little, Brown) should enjoy it”.– WASHINGTON COUNTY COOPERATIVE LIBRARY SERVICES
Give this to fans of Princess Mia and Georgia Nicholson as well as to readers of O’Connell’s previous Pulling Princes (2004). BOOKLIST, USA
It is sure to have fans of the previous novels rolling on the floor laughing their royal crowns off. SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, USA