Never Ending

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

Shiv and her family travel to Greece for the perfect family holiday. The sun shines, the pool glistens and she meets the totally gorgeous Nikos. But on the last night, tragedy strikes and Shiv returns home, convinced she is responsible for her brother Declan's death.

Her parents try everything to help Shiv cope with her guilt. But when conventional therapy fails, Dad takes her to the avant-garde Korsakoff Clinic, to relive every moment of the holiday that went so horribly wrong.

A searingly moving and mesmerising portrayal of a vulnerable teenager and the punishing journey she is forced to take, to find redemption and to discover a new way of living, by the multi award-winning author of Flip.

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