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June 6, 2017

Truth or Dare By Non Pratt

Paperback out 1st June 2017

Published by Walker Books

Amazon paperback £7.99 

How far is too far when it comes to the people you love? Claire Casey hates being the centre of attention. But if it means getting Sef Malik to notice her, it’s a risk she’s happy to take. Sef is prepared to do anything to help his recently disabled brother. But this means putting Claire’s love – and life – on the line. Because when you’re willing to risk everything, what is there left to lose?


This is a well designed book part one is up the right way that you would read a book and part 2 you flip the book upside down on the other side This story isn’t just for teenagers it’s for all ages to enjoy. We can all learn something from this fantastic story.

Reading from the book the right way up.

Truth or dare.

What truth must she face?

One story two sides.

Part one Claire Casey. All I ever wanted was to be noticed. Now all I want is to disappear.

It’s September. It’s freezing in the school hall. Mr Chung stands up, clears his throat. Some of you will already know what happened over the summer when Kamran Malik fell into Lay river. He went straight to hospital with suspected brain injury.  Kam as they nicked named him was sadly in a coma for two weeks.

The school had a card for Kam and an envelope for kind donations to the Recreare Hospital Neurodisability.

But Sef has ideas of his own to raise money. Claire’s an expert on all things YouTube. Sef wants to raise sixty thousand pounds for Kam by setting up a channel where people donate money to watch him do dares and he needs Claire’s help.

Flip the book upside down to back and start reading.

Truth or Dare.

How far will he dare go? One story two sides.

Part two Sef Malik.

When death stares you in the face, you’re not going to like any of it. I don’t.

As Sef says in one part of the book. Isn’t the point of having money to make life better, even if that life isn’t yours.

I won’t say what happened in Sef Malik side of the story, but I do highly recommend reading Truth or Dare








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