(From the publisher):
I can't believe it's a year ago today that it all went horribly wrong…Friday 13th, it was.
Of course, Ella, who reads the horoscopes every day, said it was because Mars and Venus were opposing each other in Saturn or something like that.
Pippa, whose whole life is organised down to the tiniest detail, and who always says exactly what she thinks, said we were far too soft.
Christy didn't say much, but Christy lives in a dreamworld, composing music and choreographing imaginary people in imaginary ballets.
And Hannah. Well it was really all her fault. If she hadn't been such a whinger, none of it would ever have happened.
Writing that down in black and white makes me feel really mean. After all, it was me who got her into our crowd in the first place. I guess we should have seen the warning signs…
A story about exclusion as a form of bullying, from one of the UK's best-loved authors for teenagers.
Original title: Friends, Enemies, and Other Tiny Problems
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Social Issues→ Abuse And Violence
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Teens→ Chicklit