Truth about Celia Frost by Paula Rawsthorne

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...it's fast and fun, and difficult to pigeon-hole, which is no bad thing in this age of rigid genres.
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Celia Frost is a freak. At least that's what everyone thinks. Her life is ruled by a rare disorder that means she could bleed to death from the slightest cut, confining her to a gloomy bubble of safetyA". No friends. No fun. No life. But when a knife attack on Celia has unexpected consequences, her mum reacts strangely. Suddenly they're on the run. Why is her mum so scared? Someone out there knows - and when they find Celia, she's going to wish the truth was a lie - A buried secret; a gripping manhunt; a dangerous deceit: what is the truth about Celia Frost? A page-turning thriller that's impossible to put down.
 

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Published August 1, 2011 by Usborne Books. 352 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction
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Reviewed by Philip Ardagh on Oct 05 2012

...it's fast and fun, and difficult to pigeon-hole, which is no bad thing in this age of rigid genres.

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