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Goane's favorite teacher is murdered, and Goane reviews events before and after the murder interweaving her concern for her younger sister who is infatuated with a young man who has been sleeping around.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by NB Publishing (first published January 1st 2006)
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“No one knows who killed her.” Jenny Robson grabs the reader with her first line. And of course, by the end of the book, the reader knows who killed the teacher whose body was found on the waste ground on page one, but it is the shocking retribution the killer receives that makes this young adult novel about HIV unforgettable.

In my opinion, Jenny Robson is the most accomplished writer for young people in Southern Africa after Nancy Farmer. She won a well-deserved Sanlam prize in 2005 for her nov
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its a sad book but i enjoyed it. at first it was little bit difficul to understand and confusing too, but i kept on reading and i enjoyed thhe book. what i have learnt is dont miss use what you have because ounce is gone you will be left with nothing. lets stop pushing away people whp really cares about us
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Jennifer Marion Robson (née Murray) is the first author to ever win four consecutive prizes in the Sanlam Youth Novel Competition for the novels Don’t Panic, Mechanic (1994), One Magic Moment (1996), The Denials of Kow-Ten (1998) and Because Pula Means Rain (2000).

Jenny was born and raised in Cape Town. She studied primary school teaching at the Teaching College in Mowbray and went on to study at
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