A modern day fairytale with a feminist message. Riotously enjoyable—sexy, fast-paced and extremely funny. Brilliant.
Sexy and smart, this novel is Sex and the City meets The Picture of Dorian Gray. We doubt you’ll be able to put it down.
If you adore stories of 20-somethings navigating the jungle of NYC, The Regulars is a compulsively delicious and refreshingly sexy dose of it.
A smart, fun, completely original novel.
Superfluous with wit and unapologetic candidness, The Regulars explores the dangers and inevitable sacrifices of thirsting for beauty.
Raunchy, very funny... distinctly hip and modern.
We laughed more times than we cared to remember while tearing through this extraordinarily funny page-turner.
A lively and engrossing parable for women of all generations.
Unravels the concept of prettiness, beauty standards and pop culture in general. Clark beautifully brings to life the struggle to accept oneself, while still wanting to change.
Witty and sexy…Clark is a deft writer, with sharp sense for timing and funny, evocative descriptions.
Laugh-out-loud funny, dark, gritty, edgy, and whimsical, The Regulars is absolutely worth a read.
A full-frontal fantasy. In Clark’s zippy novel, beauties have their miseries too.
[An] engaging, queer spin on ‘chick lit’.
Happily grounded in a world and a generation we recognize, filled with yummy, quippy dialogue and delicious storytelling. Hats off to Georgia Clark, who explores the debates around what, exactly, is female empowerment. A lovely summer read!
[A] wonderfully entertaining debut, full of magic and heart.
I expected The Regulars to be entertaining but I didn’t expect it to be so unexpected — the twists and turns and insights and revelations kept coming, chapter after chapter, page after page, making this a thoroughly delightful and transporting read. A novel I’m recommending to all my friends, and that you will too! I loved it.
A saucy, sexy story that’s one part cautionary tale, one part social commentary, and one part screamingly hilarious comedy. Deceptively simple, it’s one of the most original books I’ve read in years. You’ll eat this one up!