|Forlag||Penguin Random House Australia|
|Emne||Children's & young adult fiction & true stories|
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Kate Welshman's debut novel is a refreshingly honest portrayal of girls on the brink of womanhood, pushing the boundaries as far as they will go. Amy and her best friends - the Posse - are at year 11 camp and they're bored. In the scorching summer heat, sparks start to fly. Clare and Amy might be best friends, but they're sniping as if they're enemies. Camp leader Bevan is singling Amy out for attention, and Clare's jealous. Amy's feeling reckless enough to do something major . . . In one night everything will change. Friendships will be tested and broken; careers will hang in the balance; and everything Amy knows about her friends and her family will be ripped away. What really happened when Clare disappeared that night? Who's telling the truth? And when things go too far, should you save your friends - or save yourself?