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  • Hardcover
  • 182 pages
  • Fly on the Wall: How One Girl Saw Everything
  • E. Lockhart
  • English
  • 12 February 2019
  • 9780385732819

About the Author: E. Lockhart

E Lockhart is the author of Genuine Fraud, We Were Liars, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks, The Boyfriend List and several other novels website



10 thoughts on “Fly on the Wall: How One Girl Saw Everything

  1. says:

    I ve said this before, but before joining booktube at least 50% of my yearly reading was made up of rereads Everyone reads for different reasons, and it enjoys it in different ways, but for me, it was always about finding those special places that felt like home and then getting to visit them again and again and again.After joining booktube my reading changed a lot, for the better and the different I found myself rereading way less because I wanted to try and keep up with all the new books I was finding out about Because of that, I ve spent less time in my old favourite worlds I started a tradition a while ago to start my year off with a reread, and after a dud last year, I was a bit worried again this year But I was compelled to reread this one and BOY WAS THAT A GREAT DECISION.I love this book It s hilarious and charming and honest and clever A girl gets turned into a fly, she is trapped in the boys locker room at her high school, and she realizes by seeing a lot of naked boys that people are just people I love it I understand why We Were Liars is Lockhart s most popular book, but I think this one deserves reads too.2013 This was my 4th or 5th time reading this book, and goodness I just love it JUST LOVE IT Absolutely one of my favourite books of life.

  2. says:

    I picked this book up because it had an interesting premise girl turns into fly and is literally a fly on the wall but besides that there were no real redeeming quilities about this book Half the time I was waiting for her to turn back into a person already, because all the ogling of the boys in the locker room was getting really annoying I noticed that this author tends to use the same lines over and over again like we have miniscule attention spans and would have forgotten this fact from just a few pages before I can t even count how many times Gretchen said Titus, Titus, Titus it just got repetitive and boring and each time she said it I disliked her and .I also did not like the fact that in this book she made Gretchen out to be so immature and childlike that it almost made me sick For an artist Gretchen didn t seem to pick up on any sort of details whatsoever She seems totally clueless to the world around her I also disliked the fact that her own parents treated her like a two year old They sat down at dinner one day and told Gretchen that they were getting divorced in a few days while Gretchen is sitting there dumbfounded She had no idea that her parents were getting divorced They didnt feel like mentioning it to her before maybe in the MONTHS that it takes to finalize a divorce I found this particularly odd I also disliked the fact that Gretchens mother was forcing her to throw out all of her stuff, because it wouldnt fit into their new apartment The author goes into detail of what Gretchen has in her room and all of her stuff would barely fit into three large moving boxes so I have no idea what the big deal her mother was having.Overall, I disliked this book immensely, the only thing I did like was when it ended so that I could continue on with my life and forget I ever read this book.

  3. says:

    5 5 starsI LOVE LOVE LOVED this book It was so short and concise, but I was as emotionally invested in the story as I would have been in a full length novel I was immediately excited to read this book when I read the premise Basically, a girl is literally turned into a fly on the boys lockeroom wall What a hilarious premise I had such a fun time reading this book and couldn t help but laugh out loud at so mnay points The narration was witty, very relatable and also sarcastic This has to be one of my favourite coming of age stories as we follow our heroine through her journey Becoming a fly helps her feel empathy for those around her, as well as coming to terms with her own identity I highly recommend this book I m so glad to be leaving 2017 with a bang, as this was one of my top reads for the year Gretchen Yee attends an art school, but she s not what you d imagine Instead of being considered unique or special , Gretchen is just an ordinary teen, and a bit of an outcast She is just the kind of girl who nerds out about comic books, eats alone at lunch and wonders if boys like her, especially if that boy is Titus Does Titus like her back What do the boys think of her Why are they so much different than girls Sick of the mediocracy of her life and these buzzing questions, Gretchen states that she d like to be a fly in the boys locker room, so she can finally figure it all out Much to Gretchen s horror, her wish comes true and she is literally trapped as a fly in the school locker room I found this book to be unbelievably I don t know if this book was meant to be a comedy, but I found it to be hilarious It was such an honest portrayal of teenage life and the absurdity of it Gretchen was sarcastic, witty and had quite a dry view on life This was just so fun to read from, especially when she turned into a fly The chapters when Gretchen was a fly were by far the most comical, as she found out the consequences of her wish Day after day she had to watch a lot of naked boys, but surprisingly, that helped her figure her life out This was such a unique and interesting was to tell a coming of age story, I loved it Gretchen was not a particularly likeable character, but I still enjoyed her point of view immensely At the beginning of the book I just thought she was kind of pathetic She constantly worried about what others thought of her, boys and had a negative view on everything Even though these don t seem like likeable traits, they are honest traits I remember thinking the same things as her when I was in school, which made Gretchen so relatable to me She isn t a romanticised picture of a teenager, rather she is the brutally honest truth Usually I don t go out of my way to pick up coming of age stories because I find them to be cheesy, but this one was honest and had relatable themes Gretchen didn t change her life drastically throughout the story, but she did mature, and I enjoyed that believable excluding the becoming a fly thing character arc I love the idea of the big life the life that matters, the life that makes a difference The life where stuff happens, where people take action The opposite of the life where the girl can t even speak to the boy she likes the opposite of the life where the friends aren t even good friends, and lots of days are wasted away feeling bored and kind of okay, like nothing matters much I also really loved the theme that I found in this book Through her time as a fly, Gretchen understands that people are just as real as her Even if she can t see it on the surface, they all have vulnerabilities, insecurities and emotions It s kind of ironic that Gretchen had to become a fly to realise so much about the people around her This was of presenting the theme made it flow smoothly with the story It also didn t make the theme seem obvious or boring, it was entertaining and thought provoking the whole way through.On top of this book having a great theme and plot, it was also just an overall feel good book I don t exactly know why, but I had this sense of giddiness throughout the book, which was especially elevated at the end This book just makes me so happy Even if Gretchen wouldn t be my favourite person in real life, she was fun and I rooted for her I just think this book had a very playful and light tone, which is probably why it brought me so much joy Also, there is some very sweet friendship and romantic moments that made my heart go crazy I was overcome with happiness at the end of this book, probably because I enjoyed it so much, found it immensely satisfying and think it is so well written.

  4. says:

    As seen on The ReadventurerI am a huge fan of E Lockharts, but I have to admit, at first I couldn t quite get into this book Maybe because of its artsy ish tone the heroine Gretchen Yee is a student at the Manhattan Art School, so everything about her and for that matter everybody in the school is art oriented and I can t quite identify with imaginative and artistic types Or maybe because of a bizarre twist in the middle, when the story becomes somewhat fantasy like Gretchen finds that her wish of becoming a fly on the wall a boys locker room, quite literally comes true However the story really takes off at least in my opinion when we start learning about the world of male relationships, insecurities, secrets the world which is a mystery to me up to this day From then on the book is very hard to put down The major themes of all Lockhart s creations facing difficulties instead of hiding from them, taking charge of one s life, and women empowerment are very present in this book and delivered, as always, very well.Another great book by E Lockhart Not my favorite of hers, but still worth your attention.

  5. says:

    Entertaining and cute short story Everything under 200pages is a short story for me Not really something I would ve bought if I bothered to read review description Still a solid 3stars.

  6. says:

    Let me start by saying THIS IS NOT ROMANCE. I mean it s about becoming a fly for a week I can t really see what s so romantic in that.My favorite part of the book was Orange and Up Yours who are two weird guys but Lockhart kinda forgot about them

  7. says:

    Fast read I read it in literally less than one hour Gretchen is a shy, standoffish teen who loves reading drawing superhero comics and attends a Manhattan magnet school for the arts Feeling confused by her feelings toward Titus, a skinny Art Rat boy, and out of place in her school, she blurts out her wish to be a fly on the wall of the boy s locker room And does she ever get her wish Funny, smart, and uncharacteristically honest and straightforward about straight teen girl lust although I did find it incredibly tiresome that ALL the characters boys included referred to male genitalia as gherkin REALLY Do you REALLY think that actual teens call penises gherkins Or breasts biscuits NO NO NO NO NO If you can overlook this flaw, then I recommend this book to you Fans of Frankie Landau Banks will recognize some similar themes girls spying on and infiltrating traditionally male space, budding feminist consciousness, elite school setting, etc but I still think FLB is better.

  8. says:

    A feminist re working of

  9. says:

    Literally this woman could publish her shopping lists and I would like it.

  10. says:

    This book was given to me as an ARC by Allen and Unwin in exchange for am honest reviewFly on the Wall is wacky and strange and fantastic and weird just like being a teenager in all honesty.Fly on the wall is a super fast read staring Gretchen Gretchen is a bi racial, comic book loving, art student that is surrounding by so many out there students she feels like she s not edgy enough in her normal clothing.Gretchen is 15 and just figuring out how in the heck relationships with boys work, the messiness of teenagers and their lack of filter towards others bullying, teachers putting pressure on her, and of course a crush that she can t seem to work out how to move things forward with.I went into this book pretty blind and can I just say, uhh I was not expecting to take the title quite literal.Gretchen transforms into a fly for a week yes I was a bit what the hell at this point too but I was also like hell yeah freaky Friday with a fly, freaky Flyday, okay I ll stop after wishing she could know what goes on in the boys locker room, yes its pretty juvenile but really I would have done the same thing when I was a teenager There are a lot of internal thoughts and growing Gretchen goes through while being stuck in there for a week.I enjoyed the insight on bullying and how teens tend the use of the world gay as a derogatory term before someone can pull them up on it Lockhart handled these subjects really well and I loved the end speech delivered by insert name standing up for his friends and educating his other friends on why it s not cool to call someone gay or make gay jokes as a way to put them down.The thing that knocked my rating down was I was pretty sick of hearing penis s and boobs being referred to as Gerkins and Biscuits but hey that s the character and her age coming through truthfully, I am just an old person.

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