Teaser Tuesday: 27th June 2017

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by The Purple Booker. If you want to join in grab your current read, flick to a random page, select two sentences (without spoilers) and share them in a blog post or in the comments of The Purple Booker.


This week my teaser comes from Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig which is about a 14 year old girl with autism who’s trying to escape her adoptive home to find her baby doll. I received this from NetGalley a few months ago but only got around to reading last week. I’m so sorry I put this off as I absolutely loved it and would recommend to everyone. It’s so completely unique and engaging.


My Teaser

So I say, “Larry, I am not a babe. I am thirteen years old. Don’t you know that yet? This is tedious”

~ 2% Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig


BlurbGinny Moon

Meet Ginny. She’s fourteen, autistic, and has a heart-breaking secret…

‘Brilliant’ – Graeme Simison, author of The Rosie Project

Ginny Moon is trying to make sense of a world that just doesn’t seem to add up….

After years in foster care, Ginny is in her fourth forever family, finally with parents who will love her.

Everyone tells her that she should feel happy, but she has never stopped crafting her Big Secret Plan of Escape.

Because something happened, a long time ago – something that only Ginny knows – and nothing will stop her going back to put it right…

A fiercely poignant and inspirational story a lost girl searching for a place to call home. Ginny Moon will change everyone who spends time with her.

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