Author: Martyn Bedford
Publisher: Wendy Lamb Books (April 5, 2011)
Call Number: PZ7.B3817996 Fl 2011
One December night, 14-year-old Alex goes to bed. He wakes up to find himself in the wrong bedroom, in an unfamiliar house, in a different part of the country, and it’s the middle of June. Six months have disappeared overnight. The family at the breakfast table are total strangers.
And when he looks in the mirror, another boy’s face stares back at him. A boy named Flip. Unless Alex finds out what’s happened and how to get back to his own life, he may be trapped forever inside a body that belongs to someone else.
Questions of identity, the will to survive, and what you’re willing to sacrifice to be alive make this extraordinary book impossible to put down.
Martyn Bedford (born 1959) is a British author. He is an alumnus of the University of East Anglia. The first twelve years of Martyn Bedford’s writing career were spent as a journalist on regional newspapers. His initial book Acts of Revision won the Yorkshire Post “Best First Work” Award. He later became the director of the novel writing programme at the University of Manchester, and is fiction critic for the Literary Review. Currently, Bedford teaches the Creative Writing module at the Leeds Trinity University College. In 2008–10, he was Academic Writer-in-Residence, Royal Literary Fund Fellow. Bedford lives in Ilkley, West Yorkshire with his wife and two daughters.
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