I Am Thunder (Paperback)Muhammad Khan (author)
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'I promised myself this time would be different.
I would stand up for myself.'
Fifteen-year-old Muzna Saleem is used to being invisible. So no one is more surprised than her when Arif Malik, the hottest boy in school, takes a sudden interest.
But Arif is hiding a terrible secret and, as they begin to follow a dark path, Muzna faces an impossible choice: keep quiet and betray her beliefs, or speak out and betray her heart.
I Am Thunder is the debut novel from stunning YA voice, Muhammad Khan, which questions how far you'll go to stand up for what you believe.
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 233 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 20 mm
"An uplifting, empowering novel with hope at its heart" - Observer Children's Book of the Week
"Funny and clever - a perspective long overdue in British fiction" - Alex Wheatle, Guardian prize-winning author of Crongton Knights
"This fierce, fresh UK debut has one of the most distinctive narrators I've read in ages. Muzna's warmth and heart transform what could have been a gritty "issues" book into a powerful call for hope and standing up for your beliefs." - Bookseller
"An exciting new voice in YA" - Netgalley Books of the Month
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