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'Much more than a clanging gong signalling the end of days, this is a charming tale full of laughs and angst, with a message both accessible and relevant to today's teenagers.' (Bookseller's Choice, Publishing News)
'It's edgy, it's appealing and it's contemporary and it makes for utterly compelling and frightening reading.' (Lovereadingforkids.co.uk)
'an uproarious, scathing and pathos-filled romp - Adrian Mole does the apocalypse.' (Financial Times)
'A daunting vision of global chaos.' (Books for Keeps)
An absolutely brilliant read. (Guardian)
A sharp and witty story from an outstanding new author: this is what global warming will really mean to the current teenage generation.See all Product Description
It is great because it is very descriptive and gives us a truthful, if slightly worrying insight into the near future. Read morePublished 9 months ago by reader-100 boss
I wanted a book that made my daughter think about green issues and the future of our planet and this book does that. There is a bit of bad language in the book!Published on 6 Dec. 2012 by Mrs TL Douglas
My students love it! It generates a lot of dscussions in class and it certainly raises awareness about global warming, carbon footprint and the part we play in protecting the... Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2011 by SP
I read the blurb of this book and instantly wanted to read it. I'm a big fan of dystopian teenage novels so I thought I would really like this book but sadly that was not the case. Read morePublished on 14 Jun. 2011 by Samantha Jayne
I purchased this book for my 16 year old. She got about half way in and then completely lost interest and put it to one side. I expect your teens will do the same. Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2011 by the santa cat
This is a terrible book and plays around stupidly with a very important issue. The author should do a little bit of research before filling a book full of scientific... Read morePublished on 1 Sept. 2010 by qosno1
it's a nice idea for a book, but the writing style is pretty poor. I can't really fault the author, it is meant to be the diary of a 16 year old, but that's at the end what you... Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2010 by edd