Dance On My Grave

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RHCP, Sep 30, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
26 Reviews
Life in his seaside town is uneventful for Hal Robinson, nothing unusual, exciting or odd ever happens to him - until now that is. Until the summer of his 16th birthday when he reaches a crossroads of choices in life. He foolishly takes a friend's boat for a day's sailing, gets into difficulty and is rescued by Barry Gorman. Their ensuing relationship results in a tumultuous summer for Hal as he experiences the intense emotions of his first teenage love.

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Review: Dance on My Grave (The Dance Sequence)

User Review  - Geert Renders - Goodreads

The book stands out with it's unique way of bringing the story, as if it was written by the main character to a person. The book has time jumps, beginning with the ending, but then slowly showing us ... Read full review

Review: Dance on My Grave (The Dance Sequence)

User Review  - Jurri Saddler - Goodreads

I randomly stumbled across Aidan Chambers' "Dance on My Grave" and am glad I did. I immediately found the protagonist, Hal, so engrossing that I couldn't help but develop an insatiable need to know ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Aidan Chambers lives in Gloucestershire with his American wife Nancy. He has received international acclaim for his provocative and challenging novels for teenagers and young adults. Among many prizes, he has won the Carnegie Medal and the American Printz Award for Postcards from No Man's Land and the Hans Christian Medal for the body of his work. His books are translated into many languages and he travels extensively on speaking engagements. He is a playwright and an anthologist and also writes stories for younger children. In 1982 Aidan and Nancy were given the prestigious Eleanor Farjeon Award for their work on behalf of children's books.

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