Girlhood Paperback – 4 May 2017
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A new Cat Clarke novel is always something to celebrate and Girlhood could be her best yet (Juno Dawson)
An emotionally charged, edge-of-your-seat thriller. Tension builds to a jaw-dropping crescendo as truths are revealed, loyalties are tested, and a whole lot of understanding is needed. Gripping and gratifyingly multi-layered, fans of thrillers with emotional depth will find much to love here (LoveReading4Kids)
Well-written and insightful ... the story moves at a roaring pace until it reaches a thrilling and ultimately uplifting conclusion ... an easy book to get lost in (The Bookbag)
Incredible - pure and simple (Writing from the Tub on Cat Clarke)
Undoubtedly one of the most exciting and talented YA writers in Britain (Library Mice on Cat Clarke)
I wholly, unabashedly and completely recommend this book (Inis Magazine on Cat Clarke)
Clarke...succeeds brilliantly, thanks to the reality of the characters and the depth of the emotion (The Scotsman on Cat Clarke)
Clarke excels at genuine page-turners and I read this in one greedy sitting (The Bookseller on Cat Clarke)
There was something eery and creepy to the story that kept me on tender hooks from the very beginning. I read this book in a couple of sittings and I didn't want it to end! Cat's writing style is effortless and so easy to read that I felt that I was in a castle in Scotland myself at times. Girlhood comes out this week (May 4th) and if you haven't preordered it yet I would highly recommend it! (The YA Nightstand)
I did really like the thrilling atmosphere of it and I found that the storyline wasn't predictable. I was guessing what was going to happen or what the secrets were, to find out that I couldn't have been more wrong. (The Bibliophile Girl)
How can you grow up when loss weighs you down? A thrilling coming-of-age story for fans of Paula Hawkins, Megan Abbott and Jandy Nelson.See all Product description
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Harper goes to boarding school in hope of a fresh start after the death of her sister, Jenna. When Kirsty joins the school a new friendship starts to form between the girls.
I was constantly suspicious of Kirsty and did guess a few things but there were still a few surprises for me.
Harper is a troubled teen trying to deal with her grief and guilt over her sisters death, this made me feel for Harper and I warmed to her character very quickly.
This is the last book by Cat Clarke that I had left to read until she writes another. I am sad to have finished it. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of Cat's books.
It has just the right balance of seriousness, humour and friendship. The friendship between the girls in this book really reflects friendship in real life.
I loved this book and couldn't put it down 👍