OTOLI – Have you been there? Social outcast ALICE TURNER went there to escape the constant bullying from the Populars. She is befriended by Jenny; an enigmatic waitress who seems to be stuck in the past. As the Populars begin to reap the wrath of a faithful friend, suspicions build in Alice’s mind. Why does Jenny keep mementoes that are four years old? And why does Alice feel that she is to blame for the downfall of her enemies? But friendship is a two-way deal as Alice soon discovers. After breaking her promise to Jenny, she faces a far worse foe than before. Alice is forced to make choices on which her future and that of others will depend; whether or not she knows it. Moreover, she will have to find courage to escape the ultimate bully – her best friend. Book reviews online: PublishedBestsellers website.
About the author
Bryony Allen is an English teacher and SENCo at a middle school in Suffolk, where she lives with her husband, four children and dogs. She studied English and Drama at Roehampton before going on to teacher training at Homerton college. She has always enjoyed writing but, until recently, was satisfied to keep it as a hobby. Following a traumatic Ofsted inspection, she decided to write her first adult novel involving the death of an Ofsted inspector. Subsequently, she decided to write for young adults; partly because of her experiences as a teacher and a mother but also as an antidote to disillusioned teenage pupils who declared that, “Reading is boring!” In her writing, Bryony injects the dark side that she likes to read about; so expect to find the paranormal mingled in with everyday life. Although she works full time, Bryony is available for interviews by email or phone.
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