The Hit (Paperback)
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The Hit (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 04/04/2013
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A new drug is out. Everyone is talking about it. Death. Take it, and you have one amazing week to live. It's the ultimate high. At the ultimate price. Adam is tempted. Life is rubbish; his girlfriend's over him, his brother's gone. So what's he got to lose? Everything as it turns out. It's up to his girlfriend, Lizzie to show him. Purple and red cover available.

Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
ISBN: 9781908435330
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 230 g
Dimensions: 198 x 131 x 21 mm

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“Death Defying Rush?”

My first of Melvin Burgess' books, I can't make up my mind on how I feel about it! It grasped me straight away and I managed to read in two days, simply because I couldn't stand to not know what... More

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“A Fantastic Boost for Teen Politics”

I came at this as a long-time Burgess fan, Bloodtide is probably my favourite teen book of all, and this does not disappoint. After 20 years of recession, no hope of good employment and barely existent welfare, is a... More

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“Typical Burgess”

So I just finished the Hit and I'm not sure whether I loved it or hated it. It is typical Burgess: witty writing, controversial subjects, sharp characters and absurd situations and caricatures. These things... More

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