Think Again by Jacqueline Wilson - SIGNED special indie edition - pre-order

Think Again by Jacqueline Wilson - SIGNED special indie edition - pre-order

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Pre-order now to get your hands on a special foiled design beneath the jacket, EXCLUSIVE to the first print run while stocks last! Published 12 September


Whatever happened to beloved Girls series characters Ellie, Magda and Nadine? They're all grown up now - but if they think life's done surprising them, they'd better think again... Being an adult isn’t quite what Ellie Allard dreamed it would be when she was fourteen years old. Though she’s got her beautiful daughter Lottie, her trusty cat Stella and life-long best friends in Magda and Nadine, her love life is non-existent and she feels like she’s been living on auto-pilot, just grateful to be able to afford the rent on her poky little flat.

But this year on her birthday, it seems it’s time to for all that to change – whether Ellie wants it to or not. As she navigates new, exciting and often choppy waters, she’s about to discover that life will never stop surprising you – if only you let it. Bringing the same warmth and humour to an adult novel as she does to her work for younger readers, Jacqueline Wilson finally answers the questions her fans have been asking her for years in this uplifting, life-affirming book about friendship, family, and finding fulfilment in unexpected places.

Readers can't wait for THINK AGAIN!

'[Jacqueline Wilson is] the patron saint of bookish Millennial women everywhere' - iNews

'Jacqueline Wilson taught me how to cope with being a teenage girl – I'm so happy she's back' - Independent

'One of the UK's most iconic writers' - Stylist

'Jacqueline Wilson fans are in for a treat' - Radio Times

‘Nostalgic, warm and full of heart … being back with Ellie and the gang is pure magic’ - Laura Kay

'Realistic, sharp eyed, Think Again perfectly captures a woman at a turning point. I loved it and didn’t want it to end' - Katie Fforde