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Racism, bullying, suicide, brotherly love and finding light in dark places: a tale to fill your heart with the purest kind of pain. When Nathan discovers that his older brother, Al, has taken his own life, his whole world is torn apart. Al was special. Al was talented. Al had so many dreams. So why did he do it? Was he in trouble? To find out, Nathan must retrace Al’s footsteps – along with Megan, Al’s friend and classmate, who also wants to keep Al’s memory alive. But will they be able to handle the truth when they find it?
- An extraordinary novel about loss, love and bullying
- Perfect for fans of Angie Thomas and Jennifer Niven
- Explores mental health and suicide among young men
- Inspired by author Danielle Jawando’s own experiences
- She has previously written several plays and a TV script
“An outstanding and compassionate debut.” Patrice Lawrence
“An utter page turner from a storming new talent. Passionate, committed and shines a ray of light into the darkest places – the YA novel of 2020!” Melvin Burgess
*Please note this book contains mature content and language more suitable for older readers.
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