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Would You Rather?

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781444902112

Price: £6.99

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Flick loves to play Would you Rather? with her friends: Daddy or chips? Boyfriend or career? Snog or marry? Life is all about the choices you make, and all around her Flick watches her family grapple with life-altering decisions.

When Flick’s dad discovers that he’s adopted, so begins a mystery that leads him to a long lost secret at the very heart of their family – one that leads back to a choice that was made many years ago, and once uncovered, will rock Flick’s world …

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Reviews

'Fantastic ... a compelling story which teenagers will just not be able to put down.'
School Librarian
'Poignant, moving and honest'
Lovereading4kids
'As engaging as it is entertaining, lively and likeable'
St Ives Times and Echo
PRAISE FOR CHRIS HIGGINS: 'Chris Higgins gives her loyal audience another tremendously enjoyable read in Love Ya Babe. She has a light touch and an easy style that absorbs you right from the very start.'
The Bookbag
'This a funny, interesting, heart-warming story.'
Chicklish
'... exciting and engaging and its a hard one to put down when youve started.'
The Bookbag
A thundering good read
The Cornishman
A touching tale of romance, friendship & family
Publishing News
A poignant novel... A moving, honest & most of all positive story about friendship, family & trust. Will make you laugh and cry.
Shop! Scotland
A touching debut
First News
As engaging as it is entertaining, lively and likeable
St Ives Times & Echo
I read this book in one day because it was so good and I didn't want to put it down
Young Reviewer Jessica Ebner Statt, Barnet Press Series
Fantastic ... Chris Higgins is very much a modern day Judy Bloom
School Librarian
A fantastic portrayal of teen life
Focus (Kentish Gazette)