WINNER OF THE RUBERY AWARD BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017
WINNER OF THE CAROUSEL AWARE PRIZE BEST YOUNG ADULT BOOK 2017
'Deep and intriguing' Times of India
Ren Miller has died aged seventeen and yet her consciousness lives on, inhabiting her memorial bench by the River Thames in London. Ren longs to be reunited with her boyfriend Gabe, but soon discovers why he has failed to visit. Devastated, she must learn to break through and talk to the living so she can reveal the truth about her untimely end.
There are so many benches lining the riverside, each and every one tragic in its own way.
'Moving and unforgettable' Rubery Book Award
'A little gem with love, loss and life within its pages' Netgalley
'An author to watch' The Telegraph
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About the Author
Born near Portsmouth, on the south coast of England, to an Irish mother and an English father, Jaq studied textile design at Nottingham Trent and has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London. She has worked as a greetings cards designer, a journalist and a magazine editor. She lives in London with her partner, their two daughters and a small dog called Basil.