Praise for The Bucket List

Smart, funny, sexy and undeniably brilliant, Georgia Clark’s THE BUCKET LIST is the perfect summer read.
— BookReporter
A crowd-pleaser; Clark (The Regulars) navigates the reality that comes along with this type of diagnosis with sensitivity and wit.
— Publishers Weekly
Original, thought-provoking, and witty: life and death meets S&M. Feisty and smart Lacey Whitman approaches her high stakes dilemma bravely but also wildly, with a bold bucket list of sexual fantasies she’s determined to try. Combining the heat of Sally Thorne and the wit of Maria Semple, The Bucket List is poignant, super sexy, and hilarious.
— Amy Poeppel, (Small Admissions)
This sexy, funny coming-of-age tale looks at a young woman facing the most difficult decision of her life and renegotiating her relationship with love, sex, work, friendship, and herself. A fresh and candid look at the beauty and burdens of having a female body.
— Andrea Dunlop (She Regrets Nothing)
Fearless, wise, and downright hilarious, The Bucket List cements Georgia Clark as one of contemporary fiction’s wryest observers. Her characters will make you laugh and break your heart. You’ll want to throw back a glass of wine, and you’ll miss them terribly once they’re gone.
— Grant Ginder (The People We Hate at the Wedding)
Witty, sexy.
— Los Angeles Times
The Bucket List is a touching read women everywhere can find a way to relate to.
— Popsugar
A compelling, thoughtful take on a very real women’s health issue; both confidently sexy and lighthearted at the same time.
— Kirkus Reviews
A heartwarming and hilarious look at the life of a determined and strong young woman.
— Brit + Co
Wonderfully eye-opening, clearly well researched, and handled delicately, this is sure to make summer a little hotter.
— Library Journal
The Bucket List is hilarious, charming, and teeming with heart – storytelling that is completely unafraid. Don’t miss it.
— Kayla Rae Whitaker (The Animators)
Expertly paced and beautifully told, The Bucket List delivers a perfect balance of poignancy and hilarity. Georgia Clark has the uncanny ability to create characters that already feel like friends and to explore dark decisions with just the right amount of empathy and verve. An absolute knock(ers) out!
— Corinne Sullivan (Indecent)