The world turned inside out

by Gail Radley

Publisher: Crown Publishers in New York

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After his brother has drowned himself and his sister has left home in anger, fifteen-year-old Jeremy finds himself becoming the last hope of disappointed parents in a small seaside resort with little to offer him.

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