This review is from: Mouths of Babes (Paperback)
I actually didn't realise that this book was one of a series when I started to read it so I was a bit cross but fortunately the story is written in such a way that it doesn't particularly matter!
We follow the character Saz, a quickwitted young woman and her parter Molly and their newborn baby Mathilda. As the book progresses Saz is continually confronted with people and memories from her past (centred around the violent bullying of a young girl), all of which she would much rather forget, yet she should know this is never an option.
This book is a great look into the characters of teenagers, all of whom are desperately trying to find a place to belong amongst sex, drugs, alcohol and violence. The whole 'tribal' ideas of groups will really bring back memories to the reader. The ending might have happened too quickly but on the whole it is a very good read and I often found it impossible to put down!