All the Invisible Things

All the Invisible Things

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A warm, witty, important story about being a young woman today, and what it's like to find a real connection amid all the noise. Perfect for fans of Holly Bourne and Laura Steven's The Exact Opposite of Okay.

With Pez, the days felt endless - cycling, climbing trees, sucking sour sweets till our tongues burned. I'd give anything to be that girl again.

For four years Vetty Lake has been keeping her heart in hiding. Since her mum died and her family moved out of London it's felt so much safer not to tell people how she really feels. She's never even told anyone she's attracted to girls as well as boys.

But now Vetty's seventeen and coming back to London she's determined to start living out loud. She's convinced that reconnecting with her childhood best friend Pez is the key. She was always fearless around him.

But when she sees Pez again, he's different. Guarded. It's like their special connection never existed. And suddenly Vetty's sure he's been hiding too...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 27mm | 258g
  • Bloomsbury YA
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1408888335
  • 9781408888339
  • 456,013

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Louise O'Neill meets Romeo and Juliet * Irish Examiner on No Filter * Warm, funny and insightful, and sure to give you all the feels, this is a novel full of charm and heart. One that I had to wrestle out of the hands of my teenage daughter and her friends to read! * Rowan Coleman on No Filter * This debut novel is an outstanding rites-of-passage story * Irish Examiner on No Filter * A warm, wise book about self-acceptance, growing up and having the courage to be who you truly are * Polly Jaffe, Guardian IBW Guide, Best New Kids' Books Summer 2019 * This moving, funny, life-affirming tonic is as satisfying as a long glass of iced lemonade on a sultry afternoon. * LoveReading4Kids on No Filter * My thirteen year old daughter devoured No Filter in 24 hours and then talked about it for days * Mariella Frostrup on No Filter *
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About Orlagh Collins

Born in Dublin, Orlagh left Ireland after university to break into the film industry in London, working on productions such as Calendar Girls and Ali G before taking over as Head of Physical Production at Pathe' Films, where she oversaw numerous award-winning films including Breakfast on Pluto and The Queen. Orlagh co-produced the BIFA-winning documentary Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten and Mary Shelley, starring Elle Fanning. Orlagh lives in Somerset with her husband and their two children. First novel, No Filter, which the Irish Examiner called 'Louise O'Neill meets Romeo and Juliet', was published in July 2017.
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215 ratings
3.85 out of 5 stars
5 25% (53)
4 41% (89)
3 29% (62)
2 5% (10)
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