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Get Your Sh*t Together

The New York Times Bestseller

By Sarah Knight

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  • £12.99

The much-anticipated follow up to the bestselling The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k

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  • ISBN: 9781786484109
  • Publication date: 29 Dec 2016
  • Page count: 304
  • Imprint: Quercus
Genius . . . Get Your Sh*t Together is more of Knight's special brand of anti-self-help self-help, peppered with profanity and witty pop culture references — Vogue
Life-affirming . . . This no-holds-barred book has your back — SheerLuxe
Just what 2017 needs. Try it to make this year's resolutions stick — Red
Our favourite anti-guru Sarah Knight is here to serve truth bomb realness — Glamour
A must-buy — The Debrief
Full of humour — Bustle
A kick up the arse of a read — Stellar Magazine
Immensely valuable (and hilariously profane) . . . chock-full of practical, helpful tips and tricks, it's also irreverently witty and just downright FUN. It's the Swiss Army Knife of books . . . Unless you're perfect and you've had your funny bone replaced with a steel plate, you should add Get Your Sh*t Together to your reading list — How to GYST
Hilarious, intelligent and fierce — Big Issue
An honest, prescriptive guide to skipping the self-sabotage and, frankly, getting off the couch and getting going on all those things you've always wanted to do but seem to perpetually put off — Parade
So d*mn catchy — Meg Clothier (author), Mslexia
For practical and sweary self-help advice with no bloody lectures, Sarah Knight is the bollocks — Brigid Moss, The Pool
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