Shortlisted for Teenage Redbridge Book Award 2012. The same questions whirl round and round in my head: What does he want from me? How could I have let this happen? AM I GOING TO DIE? 17-year-old Grace wakes up in a white room, with table, pens and paper - and no clue how she got there. As Grace... show more
Shortlisted for Teenage Redbridge Book Award 2012. The same questions whirl round and round in my head: What does he want from me? How could I have let this happen? AM I GOING TO DIE? 17-year-old Grace wakes up in a white room, with table, pens and paper - and no clue how she got there. As Grace pours her tangled life onto the page, she is forced to remember everything she`s tried to forget. There`s falling hopelessly in love with the gorgeous Nat, and the unravelling of her relationship with her best friend Sal. But there`s something missing. As hard as she`s trying to remember, is there something she just can`t see? Grace must face the most important question of all. Why is she here? A story of dangerous secrets, intense friendships and electrifying attraction.
Publish date: January 6th 2011
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
Fantasy Review BarnRecently I went to my local independent bookstore to buy a book to send to a just-twelve-year-old. What would you recommend, I asked the lady in charge. How about ‘The Hunger Games’, she said. Erm, children fighting each other to the death? I don’t think so. But this was on the sa...
Handlung:Grace wacht in einem Raum auf, den sie nicht kennt. Darin: ein Bett, ein Tisch, ein Stuhl. Alles ist weiß - die Wände, die Möbel, die Bettwäsche, die Kleidung, die sie trägt. Ein schweigsamer junger Mann namens Ethan bringt ihr regelmäßig Nahrung. Anscheinend hat er sie entführt, aber warum...
well , that was interesting and confusing.
Definitely addictive! Not sure if that rating will change once I've had time to reflect - lots to take in. Review to come :)
I don't really now how I feel about this book. I hated Grace, Sal and Nat and I disliked Devon. Sophie was the only one, I liked. The story is so obvious, although the book was nothing like I though it would be - the summary made me think, it was completely different.