My So-called Afterlife

by Tamsyn Murray

'new gen' - Great Fiction for Young Adults Debut Books of the Month

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February 2010 'new gen' Debut of the Month title.

 

A wonderful debut novel which, as well as being laugh-out-loud funny, is full of insights, compassion, and love.  Fifteen-year-old Lucy has been stuck in the men's loo ever since she was murdered there six months ago. No one has been able to see or hear her – until Jeremy. Just her luck that he's a seriously uncool geography teacher-type! But Jeremy is determined to help Lucy. He finds out how she can leave her home’ – albeit only temporarily – and meet other teenage ghosts, including the gorgeous Ryan. Jeremy is also determined to help her find her killer so she can find peace at last...

 

My So-called Afterlife Synopsis

Fifteen-year-old Lucy has been stuck in the men's loo ever since she was murdered there six months ago. No one has been able to see or hear her – until Jeremy. Just her luck that he's a seriously uncool geography teacher-type! But Jeremy is determined to help Lucy. He finds out how she can leave her toilet ‘home’ – albeit only temporarily – and meet other teenage ghosts, including the gorgeous Ryan. Jeremy is also determined to help her find her killer so she can find peace at last ...

A wonderful debut novel which, as well as being laugh-out-loud funny, is full of insights, compassion, and love.

My So-called Afterlife Press Reviews

‘Murray is someone to watch, her novel drives along with great gusto, there's plenty of fun to balance loss, it's boy meets girl but so refreshingly different.’  Teenage Reading Preview

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ISBN: 9781848120570
Publication date: 26/02/2010
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781848120570
Publication date: 26th February 2010
Author: Tamsyn Murray
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction, Debuts of the Month,
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About Tamsyn Murray

Tamsyn Murray's family was always on the move while she was growing up, which meant she changed schools a lot . Her teenage years were spent in the Lake District until she left to go to university in London, where she studied Archaeology and rocks. It’s best not to ask her about the rocks. She tends to start drooling. Tamsyn has had many jobs over the years, from manager at a well known burger restaurant to estate agent. She spent seven years working in a primary school, an ideal job for someone who never really grew up. These days ...

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