The Truth about Celia Frost - Paula Rawsthorne Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409531090 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Paula Rawsthorne / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2011-08-01 by Usborne ... more
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Paula Rawsthorne The Truth about Celia Frost
Celia Frost is a freak. At least that's what everyone thinks. Her ...
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by - written on 28/10/11 (Very useful, 3 readings)
I got a proof of The Truth About Celia a while ago, and it sounded great. And then loads of blogger friends were raving about it so I knew that I had to pick it up soon. As soon as the story opened, I couldn't stop reading. It pulled me in, hook, line and sinker and I had to read on because I really wanted to know what was going on with Celia's 'condition'. I was practically having a race with myself, trying to finish it as fast as possible! You'd think that Celia Frost was an ordinary 14 year-old girl. But she's not. Celia has a rare blood condition which means that even the smallest of cuts could mean death. Her mother, Janice, has told her time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/11, updated on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Celia Frost has spent her life believing she's a freak. Ruled by a rare blood disorder which could cause her to bleed to death from the tiniest injury she's been wrapped in cotton wool by her protective mother and isolated from everyone just to keep safe. Friendless and desperately lonely, she's miserably unhappy. Her disorder also brings her to the attention of the school bullies, but when an unprovoked attack has a surprising outcome and her Mum takes them on the run, Celia is left wondering if the one thing that protected her all these years was in fact the one harming her. With her life thrown upside down, her Mum falling apart in fear and an unknown ... Read the complete review