review: finding audrey

“But, Audrey, that's what life is. We're all on a jagged graph. I know I am. Up a bit, down a bit. That's life.” ― Sophie Kinsella, Finding Audrey

Meet the worst book about anxiety disorder.

Wait! Don't leave yet! I'm not done yet with this terrible book! I must say that this is going to more of a rant then a review but my review is still worth reading. 


Finding Audrey is about well... Audrey. Audrey is a fourteen-year-old girl and has quite some sarcasm [personal note: I love sarcasm] for a girl with anxiety disorder. Anxiety is the main topic in the book and ... it's basically a joke in Finding Audrey. I'm not kidding. Her family thinks that Audrey is perfectly fine like a without anxiety... but she does have anxiety! Her family is a mess. Let's talk about them.

Audrey's mother is insane. Her mom follows and based her life on a stupid magazine and quit her job for Audrey, which does make sense if you helped and care for your daughter?! She has an anxiety disorder! Her father is a idiot and scared of his wife. Frank, Audrey's older brother, thinks that everything is fine and the youngest brother Felix, is kicked to the side. Audrey's family is a big drama show. 

I don't think Sophie Kinsella did her research right with anxiety disorder... did she even do research? Finding Audrey is comedy and drama show about anxiety disorder. I didn't even understand the point, what is so hilarious about anxiety? 

My final thoughts are...

Finding Audrey is trash.
 If you want a book about real anxiety and isn't a comedy, read FangirlThe Unlikely Hero of Room 13B or The Rest of Us Just Live Here.

Thank you so much for reading my review! 
Finding Audrey was published June 9th 2015

An anxiety disorder disrupts fourteen-year-old Audrey’s daily life. She has been making slow but steady progress with Dr. Sarah, but when Audrey meets Linus, her brother’s gaming teammate, she is energized. She connects with him. Audrey can talk through her fears with Linus in a way she’s never been able to do with anyone before. As their friendship deepens and her recovery gains momentum, a sweet romantic connection develops, one that helps not just Audrey but also her entire family.

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  1. I read Finding Audrey as well, and though I did laugh at some of the humor, I thought that the family was overly dramatized, and crazy. I also do not think that humor should have been mixed with anxiety, and the anxiety present in the book didn't seem very realistic.

    1. I may of laughed at some of the humor, Frank was quite funny. I agree with you, anxiety and humor do not work well together. Thanks for stopping by! :)

  2. I absolutely despised this book. It was funny at times but as a person who has family members with anxiety disorder, this was not a good book. It made fun of anxiety and like you said, I think the author didn't do her research right. I was thoroughly disappointed with this book.

    Lovely review, I adored the pictures!!


    1. Exactly! Such a disappointing book. Thank you!


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