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Unboxed by Non Pratt

“Non Pratt is always right on the money as far as friendships go.” Four friends meet at their old school to open a memory box they hid there when they were thirteen. They had been an unlikely bunch who grew … Continue reading

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Remix by Non Pratt

In my opinion, friends are just about the most important thing in a young person’s life. Clearly there’s also food and housing and health and mental health and love and sex and somewhere on the list we ought to add … Continue reading

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REMIX by Non Pratt

Review by Gill-Marie Stewart Set over one weekend at a music festival, this is the story of two best friends who tell each other everything – or do they? I was keen to read this book and glad I did. … Continue reading

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Trouble by Non Pratt

Originally posted on paisleypiranha:
There’s no mistaking what the trouble is in Non Pratt’s book. On the cover a whole bunch of teeny sperm are swimming for the O in the middle of the title. Right, I thought, that’ll be…

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Trouble by Non Pratt

There’s no mistaking what the trouble is in Non Pratt’s book. On the cover a whole bunch of teeny sperm are swimming for the O in the middle of the title. Right, I thought, that’ll be gritty realism then. And … Continue reading

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