Say thank you to your sister for me. His parting words cause sixteen year old Ruth to flee to Australia in shame and fear, telling her mother, it's just a year mum, then I'll be home. But even there her secret drives her to the isolation of the outback. Seven years later the death of her mother brings Ruth home to England. Now she must confront her sister, Alexis. But there are darker secrets that threaten to tear apart the family she thought she knew and Alexis' betrayals are not over. Sometimes you can't keep running. In a world of lies and betrayal by the people she loved, is Ruth strong enough? The Glass Girl is beautifully written with a high calibre plot and fully realised characters. It is subtle and evocative. Read and Enjoy. Margaret Graham A wonderfully crafted and accomplished debut. Compelling, beautiful language. Protagonist Ruth is an intelligent and beguiling narrator and yet there is a fragility there that connects the reader to her from the onset. I was captured from the opening scene. Debz Hobbs-Wyatt
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|Size: ||962 KB|
|Publisher: ||New Generation Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781785071768 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|