Veiled Dreams by Gill James
  

Synopsis

Veiled Dreams by Gill James

Feisty fifteen-year-old Christina's parents don't like her biker boyfriend. They think he's too old and his hair is too long. She doesn't like her epilepsy but has to deal with it. An accident leaves her in a coma for several weeks. Whilst in the coma she visits another world where she starts to understand her own awakening sexuality and her illness. She also becomes more tolerant of other people, in particular of those who wear a hijab or burka. But Jan is still waiting for her at home and her new world is getting more real by the minute. Problems abound and she feels alone. She is still in love with Jan, but can she still reach him?

About the Author

Gill James writes for children and young adults. She lectures in Creative Writing at the University of Salford, UK.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
177 pages

Author

Gill James
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Publisher

Our Street Books an imprint of John Hunt Publishing

Publication date

26th July 2013

ISBN

9781780998701


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