A brutally honest and effective story about adolescent boredom and destructive friendships, from Carnegie medalist Kevin Brooks.
Kevin Brooks was born in Exeter, Devon. After finishing school, he moved to London to try and become a rock star. Kevin had many interesting and unusual day jobs - working in a zoo, a crematorium and a post office - before turning his hand to what he does best: writing hardhitting and utterly compelling teen fiction. He has won awards for his brilliant novels, most notably the recent Carnegie winner, The Bunker Diary.