Junk

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Andersen Press, 1996 - Child abuse - 278 pages
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When Gemma, a rebellious 14-year-old bored with life in her small seaside town, decides to run away to join her boyfriend Tar in London, the pair are offered shelter in a squat. They meet two heroin addicts and are themselves soon hooked, while Gemma is forced into prostitution to pay for the drug.

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User Review  - ClicksClan - LibraryThing

Remembered one of my friends reading this when we were at secondary school so I had a fair idea of what this was about and what would happen. Most of the characters really annoyed me and I felt like ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
33
Section 2
43
Section 3
213
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Melvin Burgess has produced a body of work that is both
challenging and thrilling, including the seminal teen drug and love
novels "Smack" and "Doing It". His books have been adapted
for film, stage, and television.

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