“Gripping from cover to cover, Disconnected is one of those books you really can't put down. I haven't been so impressed with a novel for quite some time now and Sherry Ashworth has, on the merits of this one novel alone, become one of my favourite authors… It's not often that a book makes me think I must go out and find some more of this author's work now, but that's the effect Disconnected had on me. I was well and truly blown away.”
Fiona McKinlay, teenage reviewer for whsonline.co.uk
It’s hard to know where to begin. I’m not even sure who I want to talk to. Or what I want to say. But maybe if I try to put all the different parts together it will make some sort of sense. So here’s my story, and it’s for each of you to whom I own an explanation.
But remember, i’m not sorry.
'Catherine Margaret Holmes
Loving and dutiful daughter.
A-level, A-grade student
Friend and confidante
Risk taker, thrill seeker, rebel
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This is a book that I feel many teenagers will be able to relate to but it does seem a bit surreal in places. Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2006 by J.E.T
i bought this book as it sounded quite like me a few years ago.... but it wasn't. the idea was sound and started off well, but gradually became cliched and ended quite... Read morePublished on 26 Feb. 2005
I read this book as a friend who really enjoyed it reccommended it to me. I read it all in less than a day, so it's easy to read and you don't want to put it down once you've... Read morePublished on 20 May 2004 by Sofi
Usually I'd expect books to be the same set-up, a story written as if telling it to someone. This book does it in such a way that it's told from different perspectives, as the... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2004 by Ms. S. Conway