The Girl Who Cried Wolf

The Girl Who Cried Wolf

by Bella James

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682994665
Publisher: Accent Press
Publication date: 10/06/2016
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 244
Sales rank: 1,235,096
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

 

Bella James studied at Northumbria University, and worked for many years with young adults who faced barriers to accessing Higher Education. She lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne with her Beagle, Ellie.


Bella James studied at Northumbria University, and worked for many years with young adults who faced barriers to accessing Higher Education. She lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne with her Beagle, Ellie

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The Girl Who Cried Wolf 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Bookie__Wookie More than 1 year ago
A must-read for all fans of YA fiction, and perhaps those new to the genre. The Girl Who Cried Wolf tells the story of a lost and broken girl, desperate to find the strength that lies in womanhood. She will hold you to the last page with her tale of first love, broken families and the energy that drives us all to seek that which we desire. For her she needs to believe in something, whether it be faith, love, or simply herself. An unusual twist invites the reader to explore the concept of near death experience, a metaphysical element to a coming of age drama that will reveal why her heart is so fearful and her mind so determined to hit the '**** it' button.
Bookish_Picks More than 1 year ago
A stunning tale told with the perfect blend of heart and humour, from a feisty protagonist who doesn't let up on her mission to self-destruct. Anna Winters was an angry teenager before she is diagnosed with a brain tumour - and certainly doesn't allow that or a near death experience to quell her difficult and hard to love nature. I questioned myself whether to love or hate this character, her dry humour made me laugh out loud and I could certainly identify with her tempestuous transition from girl to womanhood. She is difficult, terrible at falling in love and equally bad at trying to navigate the life- changing trials of illness. What softens the heart is an insight through near death, when she becomes aware of why her life is so broken, the hidden dysfunction within her family, and the importance of taking a leap of faith. I cannot wait for the sequel, Hunger Moon...as although her story reaches a conclusion in The Girl Who Cried Wolf, I believe her journey has no where near ended.
Bookish_Picks More than 1 year ago
A stunning tale told with the perfect blend of heart and humour, from a feisty protagonist who doesn't let up on her mission to self-destruct. Anna Winters was an angry teenager before she is diagnosed with a brain tumour - and certainly doesn't allow that or a near death experience to quell her difficult and hard to love nature. I questioned myself whether to love or hate this character, her dry humour made me laugh out loud and I could certainly identify with her tempestuous transition from girl to womanhood. She is difficult, terrible at falling in love and equally bad at trying to navigate the life- changing trials of illness. What softens the heart is an insight through near death, when she becomes aware of why her life is so broken, the hidden dysfunction within her family, and the importance of taking a leap of faith. I cannot wait for the sequel, Hunger Moon...as although her story reaches a conclusion in The Girl Who Cried Wolf, I believe her journey has no where near ended.