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Trouble

Trouble from UK author Non Pratt is a powerfully brilliant new YA novel.

Refreshingly honest, with realistic dialogue and scenes Trouble is a novel that I thoroughly enjoyed reading this week.

The narrative focuses on the lives of fifteen year old Hannah and Aaron - with their respective social groups becoming a key focus too. The narrative switches between Hannah and Aaron's characters, highlighting Pratt's key strength.

Her ability to capture honest, realistic teenage voices resonates throughout Trouble, creating a strong novel that pulls the reader into the lives of her protagonists.

Aaron is new to the school, his reasons for moving into the area are a source of speculation for which the author provides numerous hints to build anticipation. Aaron's character is a fascinating one, with intriguing complexities.

Aaron's friendship with Hannah grows as he begins to see through the social persona she has created for herself, and as a consequence Hannah is able to let her guard down a little.

Hannah's pregnancy is captured with searing honesty by Non Pratt, and provides a test for the newly formed friendship ... Aaron steps in and claims to be the father, in order to protect Hannah.

Trouble has a fast moving plot, and is the only novel that has made me gasp out loud ... urm, for all the right reasons I might add!

Pratt deftly combines humour and realism within the pages of Trouble, realistic voices and intriguing characters ... what are you waiting for?!

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Hannah's smart and funny... she's also fifteen and pregnant. Aaron is new at school and doesn't want to attract attention. So why does he offer to be the pretend dad to Hannah's unborn baby? Growing up can be trouble but that's how you find out what really matters.

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384
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978-1406347692

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