Her new classmate, Eddy Moon, is awkward, and shy, and has lived a life of hardship and loneliness. As his strength and sense of purpose become more and more striking, Maddy comes to believe that he may have a place in the stories. At the same time she realises that the place she wants is by his side.
From the Author
It wasn't until ten years later she realised that was okay. You don't have to be good at everything, and she's much better at being an adult. She travels around eastern Europe, obsesses about whales, makes up silly dances, and eats noodles dry, out of the packet.
JD Field made up for her horrible school years and being a sporting disaster by creating characters who are amazing at sport, but have a terrible time at school.They get abducted by witches and attacked with swords. She feels bad about it, but not bad enough to stop writing the stories.