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"A complex novel that succeeds in exploring the controversial subject of sibling incest without sensation . . . A chilling, powerfully written tale with lasting effects for both teenage and adult readers" (Jake Hope The Bookseller)
"It is sensitively written (with one quite graphic sex scene), and alternating chapters from the protagonists' point of view lets the reader get inside their heads. Recommended for very mature readers" (Inis)
"The reader is immediately involved" (Lesley Martin School Library Association)
"A harrowingly tragic story . . . Suzuma's writing is compelling and its quality beyond question but there will be many (and not just those in the "young adult" category) who will be genuinely shocked by what they are reading here" (Robert Dunbar The Irish Times)
"The novel's surprises continue to the very end" (Hazel Rochman Booklist USA)
Tabitha Suzuma is award-winning author who never shies away from challenging subject matter for older readers. This beautifully written, powerful new book tackles the biggest taboo of all . . .See all Product Description
This book is a book about incest. This was my main preconception about this book when I first picked it up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by em23
This book was a very gradual love and its a very controversial story line.. of course parts i thought no this is wrong, I can't imagine it happening in real life, it's sick but... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MP7
this was a really touching book. it did have some very mature content but i did really enjoy it. the characters were soo realistic and having the location be in london made it soo... Read morePublished 1 month ago by lucy
it started as a page turner from excitement till 65% of the book.. to turning pages of too extended details which really mad me bored for sorry! i was looking for a closure.. Read morePublished 2 months ago by G.A83
I'm the type of person who struggles to stick with a book after the first three chapters or so. I have been reading a couple chapters every single night. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alex
I was a bit anxious to read this book when I heard what the context of it is about as I've never read anything similar before but to my surprise I couldn't stop reading. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aleesha Mohammed
Ok so I debated on this book for months. It was like a terrible accident that I couldn't stop staring at. Read more