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Pretty & popular, Eva is like any other 16-year-old. That is until her father dies suddenly & her whole world falls apart. The only person she can talk to is cute, scruffy, guitar-mad Zac, who always seems to know the right thing to say. Eva feels that the responsibility for keeping the Coonan family afloat rests on her shoulders.
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Published February 15th 2007 by Not Avail (first published October 1st 2006)
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Laura-Louise Slattery
To be honest, I didn't want to read this book. My mother got it for me and its been sitting on my shelf for the past few years. I was iffy about the genre as I have a huge dislike for chick-lit books.
The story takes place in Blackrock in Ireland and revolves around two Irish teenagers named Eva Coonan and Zac O Dwyer who meet and fall in love despite the dysfunctional environments they live in.
Eva is trying to live life after her father's death while Zac, a fellow aspiring musician, is forced...more
 Soph - Lock&Key
“Forget” what can I say, I really liked it, it is one of the only books that can make you laugh, cry and scream all on the same page. I can honestly say it changed my view of high school popular groups. I honestly thought that this book was going to be like all those other books that I have read about tragedy coming into a girl’s life and how she moves on and finds love. And it was I know how weird it sounds but it was exactly what I expected but in a good way, it ended the way I thought it woul...more
Neen
It was weirdly really good...I don't normally like lovey dovey books, but this was quite a good read :)
Laura
I would like to start by saying that I am a big Gilligan fan but this, her debut novel, is definitely not her best work. Her following two books are much better reads. This is way too D4 for my liking. Its all high-fives here and collared up rugby-playing boys there.
The characters in the book have an awful attitude to life, believing that living off their parents is the only way to be and drinking illegally every weekend is okay. It really irks me.
The love story between Zac and Eva is sweet an...more
Ciara
its very good and reli exciting to read.
its al bout tis girl whoos dad died and she isnt coping....she meets up with tis new guy in her skol Zac and he helps her through her first year without her father.....Zac is also having trouble at home....eva helps him thriugh tat....bt they hav decisions to make...bt will der relationship survive...
Muirnee
One of the best books I have read. I really enjoyed the way the story changes between both charachters and then finally submerge into one.. <3 Ruth s an extremely talented writer and I look forward to reading more of her books.
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"Originally from Dublin, Ireland, I hold a double first class honours degree in English from Cambridge University, and an MA in English from Yale University. As well as this, I completed the prestigious Creative Writing MA at UEA, and was the youngest ever recipient of the O'Reilly Scholarship, awarded to individuals with the potential to further the social, economic or cultural development of Ire...more
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