Ever wake up in someone else's body? Fourteen-year-old Alex Gray wakes up one morning to discover he's not in his own bedroom. More surprising is that he doesn't recognize his hands, or his legs...When he looks in the mirror he gets the shock of his life! How is it possible that Alex has become another boy - a boy who everyone calls Philip? And how have six whole months passed overnight? This is a riveting psychological thriller by a brilliant new voice in children's books.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 132.08 x 200.66 x 27.94mm | 272.15g
- 03 Mar 2011
- Walker Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Martyn Bedford
Martyn Bedford began his career as a journalist and is the author of five books for adults, including The Houdini Girl which won the Yorkshire Post Best First Novel Award, Acts of Revision and Black Cat. Flip is his first book for teens. He later became the director of the novel writing programme at the University of Manchester, as well as fiction critic for the Literary Review. Martyn currently teaches the creative writing module at Leeds Trinity University College and is a Royal Literary Fund Fellow. He lives in likely, West Yorkshire, with his family.