Who Framed Klaris Cliff?

Who Framed Klaris Cliff?

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People used to call them 'friends' and said how they were good for your brain. And then a day came when all that changed . . . when they became our enemy.

Now, anyone found harbouring a rogue imaginary person is in for the Cosh, an operation that fries your imagination and zaps whatever's in there, out of existence.

That's why I wish Klaris Cliff had never shown up. And why I know that proving her innocence is the last hope I have of saving myself.

Funny, quirky, and intriguing. This is a gripping read.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 130 x 197 x 18mm | 180g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0192735721
  • 9780192735720
  • 214,710

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The storyline was surprising and interesting; I felt involved throughout. * Teen Titles * This is a warm, amusing and enthusiastic book with some thoughtful overtones. Strongly recommended. * Martin Axford, The School Librarian * This is a remarkably engaging, original and moving debut novel... If Sheehan has more of this quality to offer, she'll be an exciting novelist for the future. I loved it. * Sally Morris, Daily Mail * Read this book if you like quirky, unusual novels. * Bookworm 1408 (reader review), The Guardian * A very poignant and thought-provoking read * Fiona Bradbury, Books and Enchantment * It teaches you to fight for what you believe in and not give up. * Becky Allen, Booktuation (Blog) * Sheehan's book is as thought-provoking as it is moving. * Eleanor Tucker, The Guardian * A rather clever idea, deftly executed. * Herald Scotland * This is a remarkably engaging, original and moving debut novel, posing important questions about imagination, isolation and grief, yet the author handles her material with such a witty, light touch... I loved it. * Sally Morris, The Daily Mail * An intriguing subject for a children's novel and one handled with invention in Nikki Sheehan's debut novel... the book has pertinent things to say about the need for imagination in the modern world... revealing and touching. * Martin Chilton, The Telegraph *
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About Nikki Sheehan

Nikki Sheehan speaks about her book beautifully. She already uses blogging and social media to great effect in her work as a journalist and also writes for the PTA magazine, and has contributed child psychology pieces to the national broadsheets.
She lives in Brighton with her husband and three children.
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Rating details

129 ratings
3.88 out of 5 stars
5 34% (44)
4 32% (41)
3 26% (33)
2 5% (7)
1 3% (4)
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