Who's That Girl?

  • by Mhairi McFarlane
  • Narrated by Cassie Bradley
  • 14 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An achingly funny story from the author of the best-selling You Had Me at Hello.
When Edie is caught in a compromising position at her colleagues' wedding, all the blame falls on her - turns out that personal popularity in the office is not that different from your school days. Shamed online and ostracised by everyone she knows, Edie's forced to take an extended sabbatical - ghostwriting an autobiography for hot new acting talent, Elliot Owen. Easy, right?
Wrong. Banished back to her hometown of Nottingham, Edie is not only dealing with a man who probably hasn't heard the word no in a decade but also suffering an excruciating regression to her teenage years as she moves back in with her widowed father and judgy, layabout sister.
When the world is asking who you are, it's hard not to question yourself. Who's that girl? Edie is ready to find out.


What the Critics Say

"Witty, sharp and giggle-inducing.... This is modern and honest romantic fiction at its most accomplished." (Heat)
"Who will love it? Want-it-funny lit-lovers." (Glamour)
"An engaging read about finding yourself.... I loved it." (Daily Mail)
"McFarlane's writing will make you laugh out loud 5*." (Sunday Express)
"Brilliantly funny stuff." (Fabulous)
"A delicious feast of comic romance.... Smart and funny." (Sunday Mirror)
"[McFarlane] has pulled it out of the bag again, crafting an impassioned novel of female self-discovery.... Jam-packed with quirky social satire that delights and entertains." (OK)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Very Enjoyable

Funny, sweet story. Made me laugh and cry (always the sign of a good story) Held my attention from beginning to end. Found the two main characters a bit frustrating at times as in 'for heavens sake get to the point' however having said that I fell a bit in love with Elliot.
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- P. Harvey-Field


The narration was really stilted, as though there was a full stop between ever word and wherever there was an exclamation or a "ha", it was badly delivered and just annoying. You'll know what I mean if you've listened. The story was really unfulfilling and main character was a bit frustrating - although likeable, a bit pathetic.
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- Christine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-04-2016
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited