Main : fiction, young adult, animals, lesbian
198 x 128 mm
Angelica’s twelve – and no angel, as she says herself. But does she deserve this crazy situation?
Why? Why? Why? she punches on the keys of the computer. Why has Dad gone? Why has Mum flipped her lid? And why does that dog howl every night? Doesn’t anyone care? In Thriller and Me, Angelica sets off with Beth and try-hard Max to find out the truth. She learns heaps: about the RSPCA, back lanes, computers, gays, writing. She realises that understanding is about as close to the truth as you can get. And that nobody’s an angel.
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