Shouting at the Stars by David Belbin
  

Synopsis

Shouting at the Stars by David Belbin

Layla is thrilled. Her first album is selling well and she is playing in concert halls across Europe. But not everyone likes her music. When a heckler starts turning up at her concerts, everything quickly turns into a nightmare. Her bodyguard decides to sort out the heckler. Can her bodyguard be trusted? And has the heckler really gone? Or is he still out there, shouting at the stars? Recently republished as a new edition, this book is one of the Shades 2.0 series. This book is perfect for reluctant teens who still want an exciting, unpatronising story that is relevant to their interests and concerns, but who don't want to read a longer novel. With a length of only 6,000 words, and filled with drama, this story will appeal to all reluctant teen readers.

About the Author

David Belbin has written over twenty novels for young adults since 1990. He has a degree in English Literature and American studies as well as a PGCE in English and Drama, both from the University of Nottingham. David worked as a secondary school teacher for ten years and then as an editor, where he dealt with an extremely wide range of authors. In 2004 he organised Turning Point, the UK's first national conference on Young Adult Fiction. Now, he regularly reviews live music, both for the Nottingham Post and on his blog. In his spare time he is an avid play- and movie-goer, a keen table tennis player and he enjoys cycling.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

David Belbin
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Publisher

Ransom Publishing

Publication date

1st July 2013

ISBN

9781781271995


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