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Broken Things

By Lauren Oliver

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The stunning new standalone novel from New York Times bestselling author Lauren Oliver.

The stunning new standalone novel from New York Times bestselling author Lauren Oliver.

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  • ISBN: 9781444787269
  • Publication date: 18 Oct 2018
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Praise for Lauren Oliver:
'The new Hunger Games'

— Cosmopolitan

Praise for Lauren Oliver:
'The new Hunger Games'

— Cosmopolitan
Lauren Oliver is the rising star of young adult fiction . . . [DELIRIUM] deftly conjures up a recognisably dystopian parallel to our own world, as convincingly terrifying as the North America of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. — The Sunday Times on DELIRIUM
Lauren Oliver is the rising star of young adult fiction . . . [DELIRIUM] deftly conjures up a recognisably dystopian parallel to our own world, as convincingly terrifying as the North America of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. — The Sunday Times on DELIRIUM
Amazing, unputdownable! — Grazia on DELIRIUM
Amazing, unputdownable! — Grazia on DELIRIUM
Thrilling and thought-provoking . . . Fast paced and consistently poignant, this tale quickly becomes hypnotically addictive. — Heat on PANDEMONIUM
Thrilling and thought-provoking . . . Fast paced and consistently poignant, this tale quickly becomes hypnotically addictive. — Heat on PANDEMONIUM
Oliver has a terrific talent for old-fashioned storytelling, nailing your attention from the first sentence. — The Times on ROOMS
Oliver has a terrific talent for old-fashioned storytelling, nailing your attention from the first sentence. — The Times on ROOMS
A very sophisticated novel . . . Oliver handles her characters with an impressive lightness of touch and writes evocatively about youth . . . a clever, funny, insightful and utterly addictive novel — Daily Mail on BEFORE I FALL
A very sophisticated novel . . . Oliver handles her characters with an impressive lightness of touch and writes evocatively about youth . . . a clever, funny, insightful and utterly addictive novel — Daily Mail on BEFORE I FALL
'Alarming and uplifting, a rare psychological thriller that has a kind heart at its centre. Read it with all the lights on'. — E. Lockhart, author of We Were Liars
'Alarming and uplifting, a rare psychological thriller that has a kind heart at its centre. Read it with all the lights on'. — E. Lockhart, author of We Were Liars
This book grips hard - it's impossible to put down, and there is no lull - the pacing is perfect. — The Book Bag on ROOMS
This book grips hard - it's impossible to put down, and there is no lull - the pacing is perfect. — The Book Bag on ROOMS
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