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The million pieces of Neena Gill

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780241363317

Publication Date: 11 Jul 2019

Subject: Older teen novels

Suitable for: Secondary

AR: 3.6 UY

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A teenage girl finds herself falling apart following the disappearance of her older brother

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Summary

A teenage girl finds herself falling apart following the disappearance of her older brother

How can I hold myself together, when everything around me is falling apart?

Neena's always been a good girl. But when her brother disappears without a trace, her family becomes fractured beyond repair - and Neena finds herself spiralling out of control as she tries to find out what happened to Akash.

Surrounded by broken friendships, a broken heart and an increasingly broken grip on her sanity, Neena's never felt more hopeless. But, as she's about to discover, sometimes it's in our darkest moments that we find our true strength.

NOTE: Emma Smith-Barton was born in South Wales to Pakistani parents

NOTE: Branford Boase Award Shortlist 2020

Awards
  • Shortlisted - Branford Boase Award 2020
  • Shortlisted - Waterstones Children's Book Prize (Older fiction) 2020
Category
TF
Subject
Older teen novels
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Pub. date
11 Jul 2019
Edition
Original
ISBN
9780241363317
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Paperback
Pages
316
Width
128mm
Height
197mm
Weight
236g
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Author attributes
Welsh, BAME
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