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The Gaps / Leanne Hall.

By: Publication details: Melbourne, Victoria : Text Publishing, 2021.Description: 356 pages ; 20 cmISBN:
  • 9781922330482
  • 1922330485
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • A823.4 23
Awards:
  • Winner 2022 Sisters In Crime Davitt Award for Young Adult Crime Novel.
Summary: When sixteen-year-old Yin Mitchell is abducted, the news reverberates through the whole Year Ten class at Balmoral Ladies College. As the hours tick by, the girls know the chance of Yin being found alive is becoming smaller and smaller. Everyone is affected by Yin's disappearance - even scholarship student Chloe, who usually stays out of Balmoral dramas, is drawn into the maelstrom. And when she begins to form an uneasy alliance with Natalia, the queen of Year Ten, things get even more complicated. A tribute to friendship in all its guises, The Gaps is a moving examination of vulnerability and strength, safety and danger, and the particular uncertainties young women face in the world.
List(s) this item appears in: Australian Young Adult Fiction | Awarded Crime Fiction
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Item type Home library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item reserves
Book Melbourne Athenaeum Library Young Adult HAL Available 062531
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"What does it mean to be the one left behind?"--Cover.

When sixteen-year-old Yin Mitchell is abducted, the news reverberates through the whole Year Ten class at Balmoral Ladies College. As the hours tick by, the girls know the chance of Yin being found alive is becoming smaller and smaller. Everyone is affected by Yin's disappearance - even scholarship student Chloe, who usually stays out of Balmoral dramas, is drawn into the maelstrom. And when she begins to form an uneasy alliance with Natalia, the queen of Year Ten, things get even more complicated. A tribute to friendship in all its guises, The Gaps is a moving examination of vulnerability and strength, safety and danger, and the particular uncertainties young women face in the world.

15-18 years old.

Winner 2022 Sisters In Crime Davitt Award for Young Adult Crime Novel.

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