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Colour Me In - Lydia Ruffles

Hardcover Published: 28th August 2018
ISBN: 9781444937671
Number Of Pages: 352
For Ages: 15 - 18 years old

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The breathtaking second book from the author of The Taste of Blue Light. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE meets LOST IN TRANSLATION in this feverish story about trying to outrun yourself.

Praise for The Taste of Blue Light:

"Beautiful. Visceral. Gripping." Louise O'Neill

Arlo is restless. Having quit his latest acting job, he fills his days following people for character inspiration, hanging out with his flatmate, and wondering how quickly his fandom will forget him.

But when a new project ends in tragedy, Arlo is reminded of a past loss and risks his future by fleeing 5,000 miles to outrun his pain.

Lost in a neon city, Arlo is just another foreigner who can't communicate. He begins following people, leading him to befriend a mysterious environmentalist called Mizuki who reveals her obsession with finding an image that nobody has photographed before.

Together they seek out abandoned places- he wanting to be as lost as possible and she in search of the perfect, never-captured image.

Industry Reviews

A startling portrayal of what it means to be young and lost...if YA is your thing, you will love this * The Bookbag *
With shades of Catcher in the Rye and the otherworldly feel of the film Lost in Translation, there is plenty to keep you enthralled * DARE magazine *
A new offering from the bright young author of The Taste of Blue Light...this is artful, itinerant teen angst rooted in travel * National Geographic Traveller *

ISBN: 9781444937671
ISBN-10: 1444937677
Audience: General
For Ages: 15 - 18 years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 28th August 2018
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.0  x 2.8
Weight (kg): 0.55
Edition Number: 1

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