The Gifted, the Talented, and Me

The Gifted, the Talented, and Me

by William Sutcliffe

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Overview

Fifteen-year-old Sam is not a famous vlogger, he's never gone viral, and he doesn't want to be the Next Big Thing. In fact, he's ordinary and proud of it. None of which was a problem until Dad got rich and Mom made the whole family move to London. Now Sam's off to the North London Academy for the Gifted and Talented, where everyone's busy planning Hollywood domination or starting alt-metal psychedelica crossover bands. Sam knows he'll never belong, even if he wanted to -- but can he find himself on his own terms?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781547606528
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publication date: 09/22/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 638 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

William Sutcliffe was born in London, and now lives in Edinburgh. He is the author of the international bestseller Are You Experienced? and Whatever Makes You Happy, soon to become the Netflix movie Otherhood, as well as The Love Hexagon, New Boy, Bad Influence, and We See Everything. His first YA novel, The Wall, was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, and his second, Concentr8, was shortlisted for the UK's YA Book Prize.

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William Sutcliffe is the author of twelve novels, including the international bestseller Are You Experienced? and The Wall, which was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. He has written for adults, young adults and children, and has been translated into twenty-eight languages. His 2008 novel Whatever Makes You Happy is now a Netflix Original film starring Patricia Arquette, Felicity Huffman and Angela Bassett. It was released in August 2019 under the title Otherhood.

His latest novel, The Gifted, The Talented and Me, was described by The Times as 'dangerously funny' and by the Guardian as 'refreshingly hilarious'.

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