Book Review : Random Attachment.

Here I am, still wrapped up in my dressing gown, struggling a little with my health, looking through my insta feed, to find the best medicine ever. Thank you so much for this beautiful, insightful, generous review; I love it

Stardust and Caffeine

By Gertrude T. Kitty.

There was something so still about her, like she knew how to blend into the backdrop or.. Into the shadows. She was the girl at the party who people didn’t remember.

Random Attachment is a coming of age, dark, humorous, romantic thriller. A twenty-first century Cinderella. The protagonist, seventeen year old Mia Dent, is overweight, unhappy, dormant at school and a crutch for her alcoholic mother. Together they live on a dangerous West London estate. On route to school one morning Mia spots Flynn Mason; he is the catalyst to change. In Mia’s imagination she constructs a personality and a back story for Flynn. She fantasises about them together. Following a second sighting she begins to purposely seek him out. In the background The Wolf is abducting young women and whilst Mia watches Flynn the watcher becomes the watched.

For me, this book has truly been…

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