- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (1 Jun. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1409532151
- ISBN-13: 978-1409532156
- Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 3.4 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 548,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A fast-paced thriller with an original storyline. --Sugarscape
Confirms Paula Rawsthorne as one of the UK's best young adult authors. --Lancashire Evening Post
Another unputdownable teen thriller from Paula Rawsthorne. --Our Book Reviews Online
A gripping thriller... full of twists and turns and unputdownable. --The Overflowing Library
A fast-paced, exciting thriller with some very clever twists. --The Books, The Art and Me
About the Author
Paula Rawsthorne is an exciting new talent in YA fiction. The Truth About Celia Frost, her first novel, is a gripping, entertaining and thought-provoking thriller. Her talent for writing has already seen her become an award winner - one of her first stories won the BBC Get Writing competition and was read by Bill Nighy on Radio 4, and the opening chapters of The Truth About Celia Frost led to her becoming a winner of Undiscovered Voices 2010.
Top Customer Reviews
The protagonist of "Blood Tracks is Gina Wilson. She also has true grit. She is determined to find out the truth about her father's death is strange circumstances. When everyone around her, even her mum, says no; she says yes. They all think she has gone mad but she pushes ahead nevertheless. With girls as determined as Gina the world would be a different place.
Gina is convinced that the truth will out eventually, and it does, after some blood curdling scenes that keep the story exciting to the end. Love is the end.
A 16 year old girl, Gina Wilson, is unsure about the cause of her dad’s death, and goes on a mission to seek the truth. Her suspicions turn when Uncle Tom enters the picture. But, can he be trusted?
The book’s target market was aimed for teens, around 14+ and contains some strong language, and violence.
I think the book really captured the feeling of the world turning against you, the anger of no one listening to you.
I would recommend this book to people who love reading because the book is very “realistic” meaning that the book is kept within the limits of real life. The author has really thought carefully about how someone would feel in this situation.
I am in my forties and took it on holiday and finished within two days and was left wanting more. Looking forward to a sequel please... Waiting in anticipation. Tim
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my daughter loves this book it was delivered quickly ....greatPublished 8 months ago by michelle wyatt
I have read both books by Paula and I think this one was even more gripping and page turning!!! I really enjoyed it and thought it was a well thought out story with a great central... Read morePublished on 1 Dec. 2013 by jolly_tall
After reading Celia Frost I waited eagerly for Paula's next book, and I was not disappointed . Blood tracks is a great mystery with twists throughout . I really enjoyed it.Published on 21 Aug. 2013 by Cheryl Moran
Gripping story line to the very end. Could not put the book down. Another triumph for Paula. Well written excellent bookPublished on 20 Aug. 2013 by rawzy
I would like to thank you for another fantastic book. I really enjoyed it and it couldn't put it down. A very clever plot and a nail biting ending. Read morePublished on 19 July 2013 by patrick