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Product description

‘Jude! Seriously – where are you?’ Uh-oh: there’s no answer. Judith Tremayne is missing. She’s gone into a black hole. No texts, no calls, no sightings; she’s not even been online. Until a message pings over to Abbie Kerr: ‘I want to come home.’ Abbie is the school nobody. Before, everyone kept clear of her. Now the mean girls and misfits alike want to get close and find out what she knows. But why would Jude disappear? Why would she message a loser like Abbie? Can Abbie find the truth between all the lies, and bring Jude safely home?

  • A gripping thriller by the award-winning Cathy MacPhail
  • Authentically captures the voices and lives of teens today
  • A tense and relevant tale of secrets, lies and social media
  • Full of twists, turns and brilliantly sharp, witty dialogue

“A compelling story that will leave you guessing right up to the final page.” The Scotsman

Product Details







Date published

April 6th, 2017

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.4; Middle years plus; 7.0 points

Other details
  • 280 pages


UK edition


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