Can You See Me?
Alice's fun, carefree life at University is turned upside down after a traumatic event. In one night everything changed. Can her friends - old and new - help to stop her world from falling apart?
- Book | 420 pages
- 31 Dec 1925
- Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Ruth Gilligan was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland and is now studying English at Cambridge University. Her first novel Forget topped the bestseller charts in 2006 in Ireland, while her second Somewhere In Between, also enjoyed great success on the bestseller's list, leading her to be hailed as 'Ireland's newest publishing sensation'. However, as Ruth grows up, so too does her writing; her time in Cambridge greatly influencing a maturing in style as she now works on her new novel, Finding Alice. As well as writing, Ruth's passions also include music, acting, sport and of course, partying with her friends. She has been playing the piano since the age of six, and now writes and records her own songs. She starred in Ireland's national soap opera Fair City for a number of years, and also writes journalistic pieces for the likes of the Irish Times, the Sunday Times Style Magazine, and her own weekly column in The Irish Independent Saturday Magazine.