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Send us a new image. Is this product missing categories? Add more categories. Review This Product. Welcome to Loot. Checkout Your Cart Price. She knows that bats always turn left when exiting a cave and that peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite. But she doesn't know why nobody at school seems to like her.

So when Harriet is spotted by a top model agent, she grabs the chance to reinvent herself. Even if it means stealing her best friend's dream, incurring the wrath of her arch enemy Alexa, and repeatedly humiliating herself in front of impossibly handsome model Nick.

Even if it means lying to the people she loves. Veering from one couture disaster to the next with the help of her overly enthusiastic father and her uber-geeky stalker, Toby, Harriet begins to realise that the world of fashion doesn't seem to like her any more than the real world did.

As her old life starts to fall apart, will Harriet be able to transform herself before she ruins everything? The award-winning debut by bestselling author Holly Smale. General Imprint: United Kingdom Series: February Authors: Holly Smale Format: There are lanterns everywhere and bright velvet cushions and shelves with interesting books piled high.

Little coloured fairy-lights are strung from the ceiling all year round, and newspapers featuring multiple crosswords are strewn across the tables: There's chocolate cake and ginger biscuits and every kind of coffee you could imagine: Basically, a lot of drinks with o on the end.

Unless other people are sitting there first, and then we have to sit somewhere else. In short, the cafe is a strategic success. Close enough for easy access, far enough to feel like a real escape. Glamorous, intimate, mature: It's my new happiest place to be. I'm here! What is your approximate ETA? With extra powdered chocolate, in a round cup.

Got it. Coffee may statistically be the most popular drink in the world, and in the UK we consume 70 million cups of it every day, but I tried it once and spent four hours talking to a pigeon. Hxx There's another buzz.

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Also don't forget the itineraries for tonight! Hxx Apparently one in three teenagers send over three thousand text messages a month, and according to my last phone bill I am definitely heading towards that minority. Although judging by my parents' reaction, you'd think I was already there. Being in a happily organised gang is a surprising amount of work. There's another buzz, and the barista pauses from frothing up my milk to grab his phone out of his apron pocket and stare at it with one bright blue eye and one brown.

You could just say it. His lightly tanned face is flushed by the steam, his dark blond hair has grown into a kind of scruffy mohican and his dark eyebrows are knitted together in their standard frown. You might need it written down for later. Jasper's family owns this cafe, so he works here most evenings and every weekend and we usually get a discount or an extra sprinkle of chocolate.

If Jasper's in a good mood, that is. If he's in a grump, he gives us cinnamon. I've screwed up another batch and need to get rid of them before Mum notices. I love the burnt ones. A passport? Some kind of visa? Do you have a fingerprinting machine for security purposes?

Then I spot his smirk. Please send more over in due course. I put little bits of typed-out, laminated paper on the rest of the seats to make sure they're officially reserved. I take a huge gulp of my delicious Harriet-uccino. And I sit down patiently to wait. Regardless of my gentle yet informative lectures about the importance of punctuality - and the street maps I drew for each of them individually - the rest of Team JINTH is almost always late.

Even though every single one of them lives closer to the cafe than I do. So I may as well use this delay to update you on what else has been going on in the four months since you last saw me. Just try not to imagine me breaking up my biscuit and crumbling it into my hot chocolate at the same time, because that's not what I'm doing.

I'm not dropping three more sugar cubes in there either: Or sprinkling extra chocolate on top. Well, none that I plan on telling you about right now, anyway.

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I'm far too traumatised to go into it quite yet. All you need to know is I never want to hear the words "Paris Couture Fashion Week", "fluorescent swimming pool" or "giant rabbit head" ever again. The humiliating nightmares are still recurring.

What else? Nat and Theo broke up and she won a big fashion award at college - consequently she seems to spend even more time there, if that's possible; India was promoted from new girl to Head Girl - making her simultaneously cool and powerful; Jasper has done a lot of stomping around, covered in paint and scowling at everyone. Everybody in my gang has a talent and that's his speciality.

In fact, every person in my social circle appears to be on a similarly positive trajectory: Literally, in Toby's case. My ex-stalker has managed to grow another three inches over the last two terms, and we're beginning to worry that - much like Alice in Wonderland - he's just going to keep eating things and shooting up vertically until he hits the ceiling. And that's pretty much everything. My entire life: Except that's not what you want to know, is it?

You're sitting there, nodding - yes, Harriet, lovely, Harriet, how interesting, Harriet - but there's one burning question I haven't answered and you're not going to pay any attention until I do. Trust me, I understand: So here it is. I'm just sorry if it's not what you were hoping for, that's all.

Every time we fall in love, we statistically lose two good friends: So six months ago, I pushed a wooden box full of memories under my bed. I opened the big box in my head. I put love and romance inside and locked it up tightly. Then I kept moving forward with the things that make me happy: Like learning that polar bears can eat eighty-six penguins in one sitting and if you lift a kangaroo's tail it can't hop, or that outer space tastes of raspberries.

For spending time having fun with my gang. So no, I don't have a boyfriend.

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And no, I definitely don't want one. Because there are approximately a hundred thousand billion cells in the human body, and for the first time in over fifteen months every single one of mine belongs to me again. I think that's all you really need to know. A lot can happen in fifteen seconds.

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In just fifteen seconds, 69, tweets are posted and eighteen hours of YouTube videos are uploaded. Every fifteen seconds, , Facebook statuses are updated, 51 million emails are written and , texts are sent.

Basically, a lot of socialising goes on. Over the next quarter of a minute, I do my best to single-handedly boost those statistics. With my phone mere centimetres from my face, I type as fast as I can: A text, asking where everyone is now.

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