After a difficult start to life, Eden can’t trust many people, but she knows and believes that she can trust her smart, steady, straight-A best friend, Bonnie. When Eden was wild, Bonnie was stable and unmoving, constantly supporting Eden when she needed her the most. So, what happens when Bonnie goes wild, running away with a guy that Eden knew nothing about and five days before her GCSE’s? As the days that Bonnie is missing pass by, Eden begins questioning everything she knows about herself and her so called best friend.
This book was a beautiful story that pushes you to think about the real idea of friendship and that truly anything can happen. The themes of this book are friendship, love and family. I would recommend this book to 14 or 15+ because of some of the confronting things it talks about in the book. I love this book because of the way it is written and what it talks about. I think some of the information in this book is helpful to know.
Keishan, Year 9
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