Available in three different shades of pink (supplied at random).
Agoraphobia confines Norah to the house she shares with her mother.
For her, the outside is sky glimpsed through glass, or a gauntlet
to run between home and car. But a chance encounter on the doorstep
changes everything: Luke, her new neighbour. Norah is determined to
be the girl she thinks Luke deserves: a 'normal' girl, her skies
unfiltered by the lens of mental illness. Instead, her love and
bravery opens a window to unexpected truths ...
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A new favourite
Tue, 6 Sep 2016 | Review
by: Sue @ Crushingcinders
A new favourite, Under Rose-Tainted Skies is a book I knew I would like from the first time I heard about it, even before I had seen its beautiful cover. But didnít expect it to touch me as much as it did. It was real and sad but at the same time full of hope. Norah crept into my heart and I wished I could sit outside her door and talk to her. I loved the unexpected humour and Norahís witty banter, often with herself.
The author did not shy away from the difficult, but rather showed us an unflinching raw, honest look into the life of a young adult coping with a mental illness.
Full review: http://crushingcinders.com/under-rose-tainted-skies-louise-gornall
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