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No Way to Go

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A dark, compelling novel about one girl's determination for the truth, addressing gangs, young deaths, and crime with sensitivity and realism
Amber is shocked when her brother falls to his death from a tower block. She's convinced it wasn't an accident, and so begins her journey to discover the truth and bring some kind of justice for Connor. Twists, turns, and a fabulous m...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published March 29th 2012 by Hodder & Stoughton (first published 2009)
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Kirsty John
This book was quite good. It was a bit confusing at times with all of he gang talk but i did it enjoy it and really wanted to find out what happened. I would recommend it.
Chloe
It was a great read, keeping you hooked along the way. Some of it was lacking in detail and some of it was predictable but I loved it!!!! It definitely deserves 5 stars!
Clare Arnold
Like a (bad) episode of 'The Bill'
Katzi Roxy
Still reading... No comment really.
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Bernard Ashley lives in Charlton, south east London, only a street or so from where he was born. He was educated at the Roan School, Blackheath and Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School, Rochester. After National Service in the RAF Bernard trained to teach at Trent Park College of Education, specializing in Drama. He followed this with an Advanced Diploma at the Cambridge Institute and has b...more
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