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Publication Date: 6 Apr 2017
Subject: Older teen novels
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 10, Year 11)
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An anorexic teenager starts to remember suppressed memories of her traumatic childhood when she is teamed up with a recovering crack addict as a recovery buddy at the addiction rehab centre they are resident at.
Fletcher and Dani are fighting their own inner demons just to stay alive.
Dani is ravaged by anorexia and hasn't eaten for days. Fletcher is fighting to stay off the streets and to stay off drugs. Will their attraction to each other save or destroy them?
Both patients at the Daisy Bank Rehab Centre, Fletcher wants to help Dani find out about the empty room at the heart of her pain: What happened to Dani in that room when she was four? Whose is the dead body that lies across the door? Why won't her mind let her remember?
As Dani and Fletcher begin to learn how to love, Sarah Mussi weaves an intoxicating story of friendship, recovery and redemption.
NOTE : Includes a suicide in which a character hangs herself. Dani remembers her past as a four-year-old where she is locked in a room with the body of her dead mother who has starved to death. They have been trapped in the room by her mother's employer who has been sexually abusing Dani. This is not detailed in anyway other than Dani remembering the incident.