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This brilliant novel will be released in April 2020. Click here to pre-order a copy! Well! This is an absolute corker of a debut, different and intelligent, it wormed its way into my thoughts and then proceeded to hunt them down. Narrator Jane tells of her friendship with Marnie, and the seven lies that change that friendship forever. This is Jane’s chance to be honest, and if she had told the truth to start with, Marnie’s husband might still be alive. The introduction to each lie hits with hammer hard precision, there are truths waiting ready to trip you up. Elizabeth Kay has the ability to blur lines, and I found myself stopping, questioning, considering my thoughts. She quite simply made me look at things in a different way. I write notes as I read, and these were peppered with ‘Crikey!’, ‘Blimey!’, and an awful lot of exclamation marks! Provocative, thoughtful, and so very clever, Seven Lies deserves to be a huge hit. A debut of the month and a LoveReading Star Book, Seven Lies comes with a tremendous thumbs up from me.
The mesmerizing and unsettling debut thriller everyone will be talking about this year. A BBC and Daily Mail 'Books of 2020' pick. 'One of the most interesting and compelling narrators I've ever encountered' SHARI LAPENA 'A hugely exciting new voice in crime fiction' LUCY FOLEY 'Chilling and original' CLARE MACKINTOSH 'Hypnotic, compulsive' Red 'This is going to be the next massive thriller' PANDORA SYKES 'You'll be turning the pages deep into the night' HARLAN COBEN 'You won't want to put this one down' CARA HUNTER 'It turns the idea of the unreliable narrator on its head' ARAMINTA HALL 'You NEED to read this one' LESLEY KARA 'Unputdownable' i newspaper _______________ It all started with one little lie . . . Jane and Marnie have been inseparable since they were eleven years old. They have a lot in common. In their early twenties they both fell in love and married handsome young men. But Jane never liked Marnie's husband. He was always so loud and obnoxious, so much larger than life. Which is rather ironic now, of course. Because if Jane had been honest - if she hadn't lied - then perhaps her best friend's husband might still be alive . . . This is Jane's opportunity to tell the truth, the question is: Do you believe her?
A fully illustrated, concise and accessible introduction to the study of dentistry * Central title in the At a Glance series for dentistry students * Covers the entire undergraduate clinical dentistry curriculum * Topics presented as clear double-page spreads in the recognizable At a Glance style * Contributions from leading figures across the field of dentistry * Companion website with self-assessment MCQs and further reading
Felix is back at school and looking forward to a visit from his friend Betony. But when a bully pushes him in the corridor, all his plans are sunk. In Felix's bag, forgotten until now, is the magical lamp he's kept from last summer, and from its spout escapes a furious genie. Can Felix and Betony cross the Divide, dodge snarling snagglefangs, and stop the ultimate spell that could wreck both of their worlds for ever? This is the widely-anticipated concluding story in Elizabeth Kay's wildly successful trilogy about the back-to-front world across the Divide.
Felix is back in the real world after his extraordinary adventure in The Divide . But so too is Snakeweed, the villainous Japegrin who's followed him home - and he needs the enchanted formula hidden in Felix's notebook. Snakeweed's visit brings disaster. He turns Felix's parents to stone and, worse, his wicked spell seems to be spreading like a sinister virus. To find a countercharm, Felix must return to the magical place he discovered last year. But when he gets there he finds it much changed and his unusual friends in a horrible fix.
Felix is not your usual hero. Though brave and intelligent, he suffers from a rare illness. His parents take him on the holiday of a lifetime to Costa Rica, where they visit the high point where the waters that feed into the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans separate. There, Felix faints and something extraordinary happens. He wakes up in a back-to-front world where magic is real and humans are imaginary. Luckily, he's taken under the wing of Ironclaw, a maths-loving Brazzle, anda mischievous tangle-girl called Betony. Together they embark on the wildest adventure.