Praise for Crossing the Line: 'An uncompromising exploration of the ruthless Darwinian world of teenagers. It's tough, rough-textured and assured, cynical where it needs to be, and demands respect' Financial Times 'Bleakly humorous, imbuing a difficult subject matter with warmth, intelligence and compassion' Big Issue Praise for The Opposite of Amber: 'It's beautifully written, tense and absorbing, and we can't recommend it highly enough' The Bookbag 'Gillian Phillips just gets better and better. I suspect there is nothing she can't write about. And I suspect there is nothing I won't read if it's by Gillian' Bookwitch
About the Author
This is Gillian Philip's second novel for Bloomsbury, her first being Crossing the Line, which was longlisted for the Carnegie Medal. Her first YA novel Bad Faith, was published by a small Scottish publishers. Gillian Philip lives in Elgin in the north of Scotland.