Very few authors would have the expertise to so beautifully capture such difficult emotions without making the novel an explicit one. ( THE GUARDIAN 2014-05-14)
This is one of Gibbon's best...a hard-hitting, deeply moving thriller about contemporary society (The Bookseller The Bookseller)
Hate needs to be read. ( Read A Raptor 2014-05-16)
Alan Gibbons understands school life very well and all the seething tensions that affect everyone in it. ( Hack Writers)
It only becomes more so when you know it's based on the real-life tragic murder of Sophie Lancaster, and Gibbons doesn't pull any punches. ( THE BOOK BAG)
A very tense, riveting and compelling read. ( Books and Writers JNR 2014-05-05)
Realistic down to the bone, this gritty novel will stay with you for a good while ( Snuggling on the Sofa 2014-05-01)
Alan Gibbons should be praised for not holding back. ( Book Angel Booktopia)
Alan Gibbons is a full-time writer and a visiting speaker and lecturer at schools, colleges and literary events nationwide, including the major book festivals: Edinburgh, Northern Children's Book Festival, Swansea, Cheltenham, Sheffield and Salford. Alan is a key supporter of a high-profile, nationwide campaign to champion libraries and librarianship and to reevaluate government commitment to educational spending. He lives in Liverpool with his wife and four children. Alan is an honorary CILIP member.
Visit Alan's website at www.alangibbons.com, read his blog at alangibbons.net, follow him on Twitter @mygibbo, Facebook www.facebook.com/alan.gibbons.35 and Flickr www.flickr.com/people/71279646@N08.
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Description du livre Indigo, 2014. Paperback. État : New. Brand new book. Fast shipping form our UK warehouse in eco-friendly packaging. Fast, efficient and friendly customer service. N° de réf. du libraire 9781780621760N
Description du livre Indigo (an Imprint of Orion Children's), 2014. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1780621760