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Uni beckons. Phoebe can't wait to be a fresher - especially since her crush from school will be there too. She'll be totally different at Uni: cooler, prettier, smarter ... the perfect potential girlfriend. She'll reinvent herself completely. But Luke's oblivious, still reeling from the fallout of the break-up with his ex. Thrown head first into a world of new friends, parties and social media disasters - can Phoebe and Luke survive the year, let alone find each other?
One of our Books of the Year 2016 | January 2016 Book of the Month As warming as a cup of hot chocolate on a winter’s day, Never Evers is guaranteed to leave readers happy and smiling. The story of two groups of teenagers on a school ski trip it is told in alternate chapters by Mouse (real name Matilda) and Jack. Max, the self-appointed leader of Jack’s gang is determined he and his friends will get off with girls on the trip, while Mouse has pressing concerns of a different nature. There’s an instant spark between our narrators but this path of true love will be interrupted by friends, a hamster and even a French version of Justin Bieber. It all makes for a fresh, funny romance, full of truths and charm. Ending with a first kiss, this is for a younger audience than the authors’ debut Lobsters. Readers will also enjoy Half My Facebook Friends are Ferrets, another funny and honest look at first love. ~ Andrea Reece A Piece of Passion from Barry Cunningham, Publisher School trips – love or loathe them, here’s the terrible truth with all its cringy, funny and frankly full-on embarrassing moments! Will it be all right in the end? Who knows! But that brilliant pair of comic friends Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison take us on a snow-filled, fun-packed journey no one will ever quite recover from! Makes me want to hide in the toilets all over again.