Am I Normal Yet?

Holly Bourne

Evie wants to be normal. Now she’s almost off her meds and at a college where no one knows her as the-girl-who-went-nuts, there’s only one thing left on her list… But relationships can mess with anyone’s head – something Evie’s new friends know only too well. But if Evie won’t tell them her secrets, how can they stop her making a huge mistake?


Reader Reviews


26 June 2016

I think this book is an amazing read and will make you Denver want to put the book down. I found the book very educational and thought me a lot about the illness OCD. I think it is suitable to teenagers as it is very relatable and offers lots of advice. I definitely recommend this book.


24 January 2016

Meet Evelyn, a young teenage girl who happens to have a secret that controls her. I will not tell you too much of the book because it is amazingly good. The author has captured the perspective of a protagonist really well. It’s thought-provoking and a great page-turner. You feel like you are actually there inside the world with other characters, and it feels so real. I know that sound perverse but to be on an honest side, the author has created a world which helps paint the picture of what everyone goes through; they search and try to understand what “normal” technically means; they try hard to be like everyone else without showing too many hints: they even try to pretend to be someone else entirely. We have been in that situation. Whatever choice we make can have a consequence, and we cannot take always control what other people think but what truly matters is about being yourself; it shouldn’t be the question of who’s better than you; it doesn’t matter what you look like on the outside; it’s the question of your wellbeing and making sure that you are true to yourself.