Friends Don’t Tell by Grace Barrett

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YOUNG READER REVIEW

‘Friends Don’t Tell’ is a brilliant book that explores dealing with grief as a teenager. I would recommend to any older readers as it has a powerful message and a brilliant plot. By: Phoebe (age 15).

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Description

Two best friends. A weekend to remember. But what happened to Jade? A page-turning YA story tackling grief, anxiety and mental health – for fans of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder and Juno Dawson.

It’s been a year since Jade’s death at Get Lost Festival. The headlines chalked it up as a tragic accident. But ever since, Lexi can’t shake the feeling that one of their friends is hiding the truth about what happened. And recently Lexi’s OCD has been getting worse – telling her that unless she gives in to compulsions, someone else close to her will die too.

Now Lexi is determined to find out the truth. But piecing the facts together will be hard – because Jade was harbouring secrets of her own.

How do you find the truth when you can’t trust your own mind – or anyone else’s?