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"A writer distinguished for her imaginative power and fresh, vivid writing."Kirkus
Sixteen-year-old Mel expects a dull summeruntil she gets a part in Chekhov's Three Sisters. Friendships and flirtations develop as cast and crew run lines, build sets, and rehearse endlessly. But darkness creeps into this happy scene when Mel witnesses an intimate encounter between the director and an actress whose personal ambitions may ruin the show.
Adèle Geras has published more than ninety titles for children and adults. Her novelTroy was shortlisted for the Whitbread Book Award and Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal.