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My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl #2 ❰KINDLE❯ ❅ My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl #2 Author Rae Earl – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk RAE'S BACK But now it's 1990 The Berlin wall is down and the Happy Mondays are up really up but the new decade's brought new mortifications for Rae Earl and she's MADDER and FATTER than ever About to RAE'S BACK Fatter Diary PDF/EPUB Á But now it's The Berlin wall is down and the Happy Mondays are up really up but the new decade's brought new mortifications for Rae Earl and she's MADDER and FATTER than ever About to enter the most important year of her life her actual bloody A Level year everyone expects her to concentrate on schoolwork but how can she when Haddock's backside is still a national treasure and revision at home is just My Madder PDF or NOT HAPPENING It's hell outside the house too if hell was in Stamford Lincolnshire and punishment for sins was a fiery eternity of awkwardness In My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl PDF/EPUB or reveals her real life teenage diary once again transporting us to a Britain instantly recognisable to those who remember Bryan Adams at the top of the charts and anybody who's been eighteen and agonisingly embarrassed by EVERYTHING It's wet your knickers hilarious It's blub your eyes out sad Madder Fatter Diary Epub Þ It's the touching romantic MAD FAT story of what happened next.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 352 pages
  • My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl #2
  • Rae Earl
  • English
  • 01 July 2016

About the Author: Rae Earl

I come Fatter Diary PDF/EPUB Á from Stamford in Lincolnshire It’s where a lot of TV and films are shot because it hasn’t changed much in years My childhood was like most people’s – a mixture of lovely and very odd Lovely because I spent a lot of time with good friends music and tadpoles Odd because I spent a lot of time worrying about everything – like war murderers and poisonous mushrooms don’t ask I was a.



10 thoughts on “My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl #2

  1. Michaela Michaela says:

    I think it must take a lot of guts to expose yourself the way Rae Earl has done Publishing my own diaries would be terrifying I read the first volume of her mad fat diaries and loved it so there was no way I could skip over this volume In turns it's funny sad and worrying Her mindset was so bleak sometimes and it's sad to think there's other people out there who think like that Sometimes I wanted to shake her I don't know why The way she was thinking wasn't her fault I could even relate to some of the things she thought But Rae Earl's diaries portray her as a good kind person who cares about people and is very very funny I wanted her to focus on that instead of on the fact that she was mad and fat My Madder Fatter Diary is bare and honest and I dare you to read it and not love it

  2. Charis Hunter Charis Hunter says:

    After reading the first instalment last year I was blown away with how connected I felt to Rae and her story I was going through a particularly difficult time and related so much to what she was going through The constant bullying she indured was similar to what was happening to me so I instantly connected to the pain she expressed in her diary entries The bleak numb throb of feeling unwanted and unloved was something that bound us both together When I had finished I was wanting what happened next in her young life? Did she lose the weight she said she would? Did she get with her beloved Haddock? Was she finally learning to appreciate the wonderful Rae is was? Unfortunately I couldn't find anything on a seuel so instead I sucked myself into the beautifully made TV show which was a delightful surprise but my thirst for of the original Rae continued and it was only last week when I spotted out of the corner of my eye at the bottom corner of the teen fiction section in Waterstones that I found this book I nearly screamed the ear off my sister with my sheer excitement And after reading and finishing the book in one sitting I can proudly say it did not disappoint Rae was back and her satirical wit leapt off the page It was wonderful returning to her life like an old friend catching up She's as funny as she's ever been and I regularly found myself cackling along with her various observations of her motley crew It was lovely to have them all back like a big school reunion Battered Sausage Mort Fig and of course Mr man of her dreams Haddock Whilst packed with humour it also pulls on her heart strings as Rae continues to struggle with accepting herself and finding her place in the world It's deeply relatable for me as someone who is Rae's age and struggling with the same issues of growing into adulthood; leaving school finding a university dealing with leaving the friends you love figuring out who you are in this strange and confusing world And having to deal with the fact that you're a little bit insane Her anxiety was my anxiety her insecurities were my insecurities It really helped me understand my own issues better as I worked through them with Rae The ending was uite beautiful with grown up modern day Rae Earl filing us in with all the uestions we so desperately wanted after the last diary entry in the book It is bittersweet and made my heart ache at the loss of a good friend and whilst not everything wrapped up nicely in a little bow it stayed true to real life because well it was real life This was this women's personal and uncensored diary of her teenage counterpart And I am forever grateful she was brave and unashamed of publising them because they have made a big diffidence in my life and I am sure in many others

  3. Mellisa Mellisa says:

    I loved this just as much as the first my mad fat diary It's so real so honest In this one we find out even about Rae what she has gone through her every day life Both good and bad partsAs much as Rae says in the book how good 'Haddock' was to her I still can't see it It sounds like he knew exactly how she felt and probably felt he was helping her by saying how pretty she would be thinner It's not helpful and he really doesn't sound like the best person to be around along with 'Battered Sausage' Maybe things were different then but it just doesn't sound a good circle of friends aside from Mort Mort was probably the most decent friend based on the books and obviously helped Rae through a lot with no judgement not getting fed up because she couldn't stay all happy and jokey all the time Both books just need to be read they are so worth it I could actually feel emotions reading through the books so many mixed emotions

  4. K K says:

    In spite of the improbability I had a slight hope that Rae's attitude would have improved since the first book but no– in this one she is still a vile spoiled hateful human being who is happiest when she's looking down on other people ironic given how she complains about being judged for her obesity on literally EVERY pageThe casual homophobia from the first book is thankfully gone but that doesn't count for much Having a disability myself I had to stop myself punching the nearest wall when she disgustedly calls a man with phocomelia a flid and is deeply in awe after her mother treats him like an actual human being wow imagine that Another low point is when she witnesses an old lady falling over on some ice resulting in her chin splitting open– Rae is grateful something EXCITING has happened There are countless similar moments where I just wanted Rae to fall over and hit HER head just in case a head injury might inspire some actual empathyI've seen people elsewhere excuse her nastiness because she has depression Newsflash Being mentally ill and being a nasty piece of work are not mutually exclusive Pretty much all of my friends have been dealing with mental illness in its various forms and if anything it's made them kinder and tolerant towards others I spent both books wondering how on earth Rae even HAD any friends I think it's because mercifully for them they weren't privy to all the internal vitriol and pure hatred she was harbouring for everyone that wasn't herAnd when it comes to the teenage angst excuse and her derision for her mother? Her mum pays for her to go to the pub and Rae complains that she is asked to start paying for food and 'board' I had to pay for all my own things years before I got to Rae's age so I'd have been over the bloody moon if my mum could have afforded to pay for me to gallivant around town especially if I was constantly being a mouthy ungrateful brat towards her like Rae wasThere were times though when her self centredness became hilarious rather than just exasperating Rae's mother's boyfriend is Moroccan and at one point in the book he's on the receiving end of an abusive message through their letterbox It could not have been obvious that it was totally racist and therefore aimed at him but Rae's immediate port of call is to assume it's aimed at her I am at a loss as to how fuck off back to where you came from would make you think the message was meant for you when you'd lived in the same town your ENTIRE LIFE Oh and cue a comparison between being fat to being a person of colour because Rae cannot go one second without comparing her self imposed problems to others' unavoidable onesBest uotes of the bookSome people need to count their blessings and be a bit less melodramaticDoes anyone exist in my mum's life other than her?Glass houses Miss EarlI wrote way than I wanted to here I hate wasting precious time on terrible books and this one just pushed all my buttons Avoid like the plague

  5. hattie hattie says:

    I have loved these books but have also found them uncomfortable reads Whilst I didn't have anywhere near as horrendous a time as a teenager it was pretty miserable and this book resurfaced some of those very awkward adolescent feelings Some may find the book a let down in terms of plot and in comparison to the E4 tv show but Rae Earl's experiences are just a really good reflection of what growing up is really like The important thing to me was it was all real

  6. Carrie-Anne Carrie-Anne says:

    Super spoilery TWs view spoilermentions of child sexual abuse self harm mentions of OCD behaviours hide spoiler

  7. Amy Louise Amy Louise says:

    A while ago there was a TV production of My Mad Fat Diary on and I watched it every single week without fail I loved that show still do if I get chance to watch replays When I went to a bookshop just after the show had started I saw the volume one and bought it It didn't take me long to finish as diaries are usually a uick read It was hilarious though I couldn't find much reference to the show The day before yesterday I went to the bookshop and found the volume two and couldn't resist buying As is obvious it only took me a day and a bit to finish this uite a uick read and a funny one Rae's personality is hilarious and it carries on well from the second one Though I did find myself laughing and sometimes even cringing for her at times she did get uite annoying I don't think there was one diary entry she didn't mention her love for Haddock andor how much she wanted to do him This eventually started to get old and tiring and very repetitive There were other things she also repeated like how fat she was and about her OCD and anxiety Overall I gave this a 35 stars because although I found myself a bit annoyed by the ever repeating entries I was entertained by it and would probably read it again

  8. Natasha Holme Natasha Holme says:

    I love Rae Earl Well she's shared three years of her intimate thoughts passions and fears with us I have so enjoyed learning them rooting for her all the wayIn this second volume of Rae's diaries once again the skillful editing of the adult author carries us fluently through her mind and story whilst perfectly preserving the feel of the angst ridden scribblings of a sex starved obese teenager struggling with her mental health Somehow volume 2 of Rae's diaries is even engaging and laugh out loud funnier than volume 1 And this second volume brings us much insight into the history and day to day experience of Rae's mental conditionGod is after me and will kill me if I don't close the door 36 times WowDon't burn your diaries Rae You'll want those when you're eighty

  9. Phyllis Phyllis says:

    I'm really happy about Rae and Haddock's happy endings

  10. Fal Fem Society Fal Fem Society says:

    A must read I thoroughly enjoyed the witty and tongue in cheek commentary on 90s teenage life Dark topics like mental health and eating disorders are delivered in a very human and honest way with such a realistic relatable inner monologue I saw many aspects of my own insecurities reflected in this book allowing me like many other readers to connect deeply with the narrator Rae Earl like in the television series is a hilarious and lovable narrator with a punchy writing structure Other reviews have described her as 'bratty' but I would argue it was beneficial to include the troublesome sides of her personality She isn’t always the perfect model of morality eg her over sexualisation of Haddock which did get repetitive but traits such as this reflected her age realistically The diary is an easy and entertaining read with funny NSFW recollections and content that brought me back to my own teenagehood I haven’t read the first diary but this seuel made complete sense on its own

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10 thoughts on “My Madder Fatter Diary Rae Earl #2

  1. Michaela Michaela says:

    I think it must take a lot of guts to expose yourself the way Rae Earl has done Publishing my own diaries would be terrifying I read the first volume of her mad fat diaries and loved it so there was no way I could skip over this volume In turns it's funny sad and worrying Her mindset was so bleak sometimes and it's sad to think there's other people out there who think like that Sometimes I wanted to shake her I don't know why The way she was thinking wasn't her fault I could even relate to some of the things she thought But Rae Earl's diaries portray her as a good kind person who cares about people and is very very funny I wanted her to focus on that instead of on the fact that she was mad and fat My Madder Fatter Diary is bare and honest and I dare you to read it and not love it

  2. Charis Hunter Charis Hunter says:

    After reading the first instalment last year I was blown away with how connected I felt to Rae and her story I was going through a particularly difficult time and related so much to what she was going through The constant bullying she indured was similar to what was happening to me so I instantly connected to the pain she expressed in her diary entries The bleak numb throb of feeling unwanted and unloved was something that bound us both together When I had finished I was wanting what happened next in her young life? Did she lose the weight she said she would? Did she get with her beloved Haddock? Was she finally learning to appreciate the wonderful Rae is was? Unfortunately I couldn't find anything on a seuel so instead I sucked myself into the beautifully made TV show which was a delightful surprise but my thirst for of the original Rae continued and it was only last week when I spotted out of the corner of my eye at the bottom corner of the teen fiction section in Waterstones that I found this book I nearly screamed the ear off my sister with my sheer excitement And after reading and finishing the book in one sitting I can proudly say it did not disappoint Rae was back and her satirical wit leapt off the page It was wonderful returning to her life like an old friend catching up She's as funny as she's ever been and I regularly found myself cackling along with her various observations of her motley crew It was lovely to have them all back like a big school reunion Battered Sausage Mort Fig and of course Mr man of her dreams Haddock Whilst packed with humour it also pulls on her heart strings as Rae continues to struggle with accepting herself and finding her place in the world It's deeply relatable for me as someone who is Rae's age and struggling with the same issues of growing into adulthood; leaving school finding a university dealing with leaving the friends you love figuring out who you are in this strange and confusing world And having to deal with the fact that you're a little bit insane Her anxiety was my anxiety her insecurities were my insecurities It really helped me understand my own issues better as I worked through them with Rae The ending was uite beautiful with grown up modern day Rae Earl filing us in with all the uestions we so desperately wanted after the last diary entry in the book It is bittersweet and made my heart ache at the loss of a good friend and whilst not everything wrapped up nicely in a little bow it stayed true to real life because well it was real life This was this women's personal and uncensored diary of her teenage counterpart And I am forever grateful she was brave and unashamed of publising them because they have made a big diffidence in my life and I am sure in many others

  3. Mellisa Mellisa says:

    I loved this just as much as the first my mad fat diary It's so real so honest In this one we find out even about Rae what she has gone through her every day life Both good and bad partsAs much as Rae says in the book how good 'Haddock' was to her I still can't see it It sounds like he knew exactly how she felt and probably felt he was helping her by saying how pretty she would be thinner It's not helpful and he really doesn't sound like the best person to be around along with 'Battered Sausage' Maybe things were different then but it just doesn't sound a good circle of friends aside from Mort Mort was probably the most decent friend based on the books and obviously helped Rae through a lot with no judgement not getting fed up because she couldn't stay all happy and jokey all the time Both books just need to be read they are so worth it I could actually feel emotions reading through the books so many mixed emotions

  4. K K says:

    In spite of the improbability I had a slight hope that Rae's attitude would have improved since the first book but no– in this one she is still a vile spoiled hateful human being who is happiest when she's looking down on other people ironic given how she complains about being judged for her obesity on literally EVERY pageThe casual homophobia from the first book is thankfully gone but that doesn't count for much Having a disability myself I had to stop myself punching the nearest wall when she disgustedly calls a man with phocomelia a flid and is deeply in awe after her mother treats him like an actual human being wow imagine that Another low point is when she witnesses an old lady falling over on some ice resulting in her chin splitting open– Rae is grateful something EXCITING has happened There are countless similar moments where I just wanted Rae to fall over and hit HER head just in case a head injury might inspire some actual empathyI've seen people elsewhere excuse her nastiness because she has depression Newsflash Being mentally ill and being a nasty piece of work are not mutually exclusive Pretty much all of my friends have been dealing with mental illness in its various forms and if anything it's made them kinder and tolerant towards others I spent both books wondering how on earth Rae even HAD any friends I think it's because mercifully for them they weren't privy to all the internal vitriol and pure hatred she was harbouring for everyone that wasn't herAnd when it comes to the teenage angst excuse and her derision for her mother? Her mum pays for her to go to the pub and Rae complains that she is asked to start paying for food and 'board' I had to pay for all my own things years before I got to Rae's age so I'd have been over the bloody moon if my mum could have afforded to pay for me to gallivant around town especially if I was constantly being a mouthy ungrateful brat towards her like Rae wasThere were times though when her self centredness became hilarious rather than just exasperating Rae's mother's boyfriend is Moroccan and at one point in the book he's on the receiving end of an abusive message through their letterbox It could not have been obvious that it was totally racist and therefore aimed at him but Rae's immediate port of call is to assume it's aimed at her I am at a loss as to how fuck off back to where you came from would make you think the message was meant for you when you'd lived in the same town your ENTIRE LIFE Oh and cue a comparison between being fat to being a person of colour because Rae cannot go one second without comparing her self imposed problems to others' unavoidable onesBest uotes of the bookSome people need to count their blessings and be a bit less melodramaticDoes anyone exist in my mum's life other than her?Glass houses Miss EarlI wrote way than I wanted to here I hate wasting precious time on terrible books and this one just pushed all my buttons Avoid like the plague

  5. hattie hattie says:

    I have loved these books but have also found them uncomfortable reads Whilst I didn't have anywhere near as horrendous a time as a teenager it was pretty miserable and this book resurfaced some of those very awkward adolescent feelings Some may find the book a let down in terms of plot and in comparison to the E4 tv show but Rae Earl's experiences are just a really good reflection of what growing up is really like The important thing to me was it was all real

  6. Carrie-Anne Carrie-Anne says:

    Super spoilery TWs view spoilermentions of child sexual abuse self harm mentions of OCD behaviours hide spoiler

  7. Amy Louise Amy Louise says:

    A while ago there was a TV production of My Mad Fat Diary on and I watched it every single week without fail I loved that show still do if I get chance to watch replays When I went to a bookshop just after the show had started I saw the volume one and bought it It didn't take me long to finish as diaries are usually a uick read It was hilarious though I couldn't find much reference to the show The day before yesterday I went to the bookshop and found the volume two and couldn't resist buying As is obvious it only took me a day and a bit to finish this uite a uick read and a funny one Rae's personality is hilarious and it carries on well from the second one Though I did find myself laughing and sometimes even cringing for her at times she did get uite annoying I don't think there was one diary entry she didn't mention her love for Haddock andor how much she wanted to do him This eventually started to get old and tiring and very repetitive There were other things she also repeated like how fat she was and about her OCD and anxiety Overall I gave this a 35 stars because although I found myself a bit annoyed by the ever repeating entries I was entertained by it and would probably read it again

  8. Natasha Holme Natasha Holme says:

    I love Rae Earl Well she's shared three years of her intimate thoughts passions and fears with us I have so enjoyed learning them rooting for her all the wayIn this second volume of Rae's diaries once again the skillful editing of the adult author carries us fluently through her mind and story whilst perfectly preserving the feel of the angst ridden scribblings of a sex starved obese teenager struggling with her mental health Somehow volume 2 of Rae's diaries is even engaging and laugh out loud funnier than volume 1 And this second volume brings us much insight into the history and day to day experience of Rae's mental conditionGod is after me and will kill me if I don't close the door 36 times WowDon't burn your diaries Rae You'll want those when you're eighty

  9. Phyllis Phyllis says:

    I'm really happy about Rae and Haddock's happy endings

  10. Fal Fem Society Fal Fem Society says:

    A must read I thoroughly enjoyed the witty and tongue in cheek commentary on 90s teenage life Dark topics like mental health and eating disorders are delivered in a very human and honest way with such a realistic relatable inner monologue I saw many aspects of my own insecurities reflected in this book allowing me like many other readers to connect deeply with the narrator Rae Earl like in the television series is a hilarious and lovable narrator with a punchy writing structure Other reviews have described her as 'bratty' but I would argue it was beneficial to include the troublesome sides of her personality She isn’t always the perfect model of morality eg her over sexualisation of Haddock which did get repetitive but traits such as this reflected her age realistically The diary is an easy and entertaining read with funny NSFW recollections and content that brought me back to my own teenagehood I haven’t read the first diary but this seuel made complete sense on its own

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