White Lies, Black Dare

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White Lies, Black Dare

White Lies Black Dare How far would you go to fit in When I think of all the people I ever wanted to be I m pretty sure this isn t one of themAsha Wright has it all a barrister mum a place at a private school and big dr

  • Title: White Lies, Black Dare
  • Author: Joanna Nadin
  • ISBN: 9780349124537
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • How far would you go to fit in When I think of all the people I ever wanted to be, I m pretty sure this isn t one of themAsha Wright has it all a barrister mum, a place at a private school, and big dreams of a life where she s a real Somebody But when her mum gets cancer, Asha s fairytale fades and she finds herself back in Peckham, at a tough new school with new teaHow far would you go to fit in When I think of all the people I ever wanted to be, I m pretty sure this isn t one of themAsha Wright has it all a barrister mum, a place at a private school, and big dreams of a life where she s a real Somebody But when her mum gets cancer, Asha s fairytale fades and she finds herself back in Peckham, at a tough new school with new teachers, new kids and Angel Jones, queen bee.Angel is everything Asha wants to be beautiful, brash and, above all, brave But being one of the gang comes at a cost, and Asha is forced to play a dangerous game of Truth or Dare Where will it end

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    One thought on “White Lies, Black Dare

    1. Kirsty on said:

      Not bad. Lots of interesting ideas around peer pressure which I think were thoughtfully done.

    2. TheBirdNerd on said:

      I received this book as a gift from my school.Firstly, I thought the portrayal of peer pressure and social shifts that happen during teen years was well done. However the story itself was very predictable.

    3. Jenna on said:

      I didn't mind this book. The way they spoke really annoyed me though and it was a predictable story, however, it dealt with peer pressure and fitting in quite well.

    4. Zoe James-williams on said:

      Dealing with peer pressure and the consequences of lying. Would appeal to teenagers and the complexities of school Asha's life has been turned upside down. Her lawyer Mum has cancer and she has to leave her private school for a tough local. To what lengths will Asha go to fit in? As she finds out, “telling lies can ruin lives. But telling the truth’s no easy ride.” Dealing with peer pressure, family crisis and standing up for yourself this book will resonate with many readers as it builds [...]

    5. Leanne Neilson on said:

      The writing in this book is how they talk, innit. Takes a bit of getting used to. I kept picturing the "Do I look bovvered" girl from the Katherine Tate show hehe. Also as an adult reading this book I was concerned that a younger person reading it might think the behaviour was ok. Which it wasn't but without putting in a spoiler the ending was predictable.

    6. Karen Barber on said:

      Asha has a lot to deal with. Working out how to fit in at her new school comes pretty high up that list. This is a pretty straightforward look at teen relationships, peer pressure, coming to terms with yourself and doing the right thing.At times it felt a little too simple. I think people are often more complicated than this suggests.

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