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Rockoholic

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Jody loves Jackson Gatlin. At his only UK rock concert, she's right
at the front. But when she's caught in the crush and carried back
stage she has more than concussion to contend with.

Throw in a menacing manager, a super-wired super-star, and a curly-wurly,
and she finds herself taking home more than just a poster.


It's the accidental kidnapping of the decade. But what happens if
you've a rock-god in your garage who doesn't want to leave?

Jody's stuck between a rock-idol and a hard place!

From the pen of C.J. Skuse, author of 2010's super cool debut Pretty
Bad Things, comes a tale of rock star obsession gone nuts.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 25mm | 283g
  • Somerset, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1906427526
  • 9781906427528
  • 333,381

Review quote

"Made me laugh, cry, and seriously reconsider my taste in rock stars." --Lucy Christopher, author of the Printz Honor Book STOLEN"Funny and accurate." -- THE TIMES OF LONDON"Sharp, vivid, daft." -- THE TELEGRAPH UK"Intensely funny. Laugh-aloud slapstick with a dash of romance, it's terrific." -- THE BOOKSELLER UK
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About C.J. Skuse

C.J. SKUSE loves graphic novels, '80s sitcoms, Gummi Bears, My Chemical Romance, and malamutes. She hates omelettes, carnivals, and coughs. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University in England. BCCB called her novel PRETTY BAD THINGS "a fast-paced action adventure [that] provides a subtle sociolgical study of the effects of living in a hyper-mediated culture"! ROCKOHOLIC is her second book.
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Rating details

1,458 ratings
3.53 out of 5 stars
5 23% (335)
4 30% (443)
3 29% (426)
2 12% (172)
1 6% (82)
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