The Fall

Publisher: Barrington Stoke

Review

Mog isn’t one of the popular crowd, but at least he manages to get by without being troubled much by the bullies, mainly because Chris has chosen to be his friend. Chris is cool, clever, and kind-natured. When the least popular boy in the school starts trying to hang out with them, Chris is happy to let him join them.  Mog, on the other hand, finds himself racked with jealousy and contempt. So much so that he decides to do something terrible - something which will change everything forever. 

By the winner of the Booktrust Teenage Prize, this is a gripping story with a stylish retro cover, sure to appeal to anyone wanting a quick but satisfying read. 

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