This Song Will Save Your Life

This Song Will Save Your Life

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Not suitable for children under 13 years of age All her life, Elise Dembowski has been an outsider. Starting a new school, she dreams of fitting in at last - but when her best attempts at popularity fail, she almost gives up. Then she stumbles upon a secret warehouse party. There, at night, Elise can be a different person, making real friends, falling in love for the first time, and finding her true passion - DJing. But when her real and secret lives collide, she has to make a decision once and for all: just who is the real Elise? An irresistible novel about hope, heartbreak and the power of music to bring people together.

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 130 x 197 x 19mm | 212g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Main Market Ed.
  • 1447252837
  • 9781447252832
  • 9,475

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'if you like good, character-driven contemporary YA, read TSWSYL' Sarra Manning 'a beautiful book about the power of music' Lauren Oliver 'this book spoke to me on so many levels. I wish I'd had it as a teen' Marissa Meyer I was just drawn in by everything I read - I liked the music references, I really enjoyed reading about the other characters, whether it was Elise's family or the people at the party. This Song Will Save Your Life is such a real and raw and emotional book, it made me fall in love with Leila Sales and her writing.

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Not suitable for children under 13 years of age

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About Leila Sales

Leila Sales grew up outside Boston, USA, and graduated from the University of Chicago. Now she lives in Brooklyn, New York, and works as an editor for Penguin Children's Books. She has a website:, tweets @LeilaSalesBooks and is on facebook: LeilaWrites. She has published two previous novels, Mostly Good Girls and Past Perfect, which are not yet published in the UK.

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