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THE ECHO GLASS

TeenFiction

announces

Heather Morrall’s debut novel THE ECHO GLASS
ISBN: 1411653769


Heather Morrall, daughter of Booker nominee Clare Morrall, has published her debut novel due to be released in January.



The Echo Glass is “written with excellent pace and characterisation so that you are drawn instantly into the complex web of friendship and rivalry [as well as] the intensity of Jas’s feelings,” Piccadilly Press.


The novel follows two years of Jasmine Harwood’s life. We see first hand how the bullying from Jasmine’s best friend pushes her into the silent world of anorexia nervosa. The complex web of friendships and food leave us wondering how Jasmine will ever find her way back into the real world. Despite the dark and serious subject of the novel, it is treated with sensitivity and optimism.

“Beautifully written” Scholastic




ABOUT HEATHER MORRALL

Morrall lives in Birmingham where she is completing her English degree at the University of Wolverhampton. She has been writing for many years and has had many poems and short stories published in the literary presses: Aesthetica, Birmingham Words, Iota, QWF, Raw Edge, Seam, Tears in the Fence, to name a few. She is completing her next novel, Shrink.


The Echo Glass
ISBN: 1411653769
© 2001; Heather Morrall
 
 
 

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