When Tess Turner unexpectantly comes across really important information about her life one day by accident on someone's computer it completely alters how she sees those around her and herself.
This was often heartbreaking to read how much effect what Tess found out had on her mental health and then the coping strategies she used to care for herself in the aftermath , almost with childlike innocence. I think the importance of being open with children stood out in the story . It really was a book that stays with you after you finish reading it . Terrific!
I received this book for review from the lovely people over at Lovereading4kids.co.uk
This book is being published in paperback in September and will be available from Lovereading4kids.co.uk and all other good bookstores then .
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