Should she live or should she die? You decide. A heart-stopping thriller. Shortlisted for the Lancashire Libraries Book of the Year 2018. An adored celebrity has been killed. Sixteen-year-old Martha Honeydew was found holding a gun, standing over the body. NOW JUSTICE MUST PREVAIL. The general public will decide whether Martha is innocent or guilty by viewing daily episodes of the hugely popular TV show Death is Justice, the only TV show that gives the power of life and death decisions - all for the price of a premium rate phone call. Martha has admitted to the crime. But is she guilty? Or is reality more complicated than the images we are shown on TV?
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Should she live or should she die? The decision is yours.
This book will appeal to fans of The Hunger Games, a modern classic for those who like their future served up with a generous slice of dystopia * The Bookbag *This powerful thriller oozes suspense and offers a sharp satire on media and celebrity * The Bookseller *A ticking time bomb of book, and you're counting down to an electrifying end * Maximum Pop *This will have great appeal to anyone who loves Suzanne Collins, Teri Terry or Veronica Roth. It makes you think about the nature of social media and the power it gives its users over other people's lives * Reading Zone *Cell 7 is a book that stays with you long after finishing it, and one that poses the reader with many questions. In a recent assembly I presented the basic plot and details of the Martha's 'crime' to 250 key stage 3 pupils and asked them to vote. The result was an interesting split between 'live', 'die' and play no part by abstaining.In Cell 7, Kerry Drewery delivers a piercing satire on the cult of celebrity, democracy and how the media delivers 'information'. Cell 7 deserves to be read by as many young adults as possible, and I would love to see it appearing on the GCSE syllabus.' * Suffolk Libraries Blog *I found this book rather disturbing to read. It is extremely realistic, exceptionally gritting and rather too accurately foreboding. It's one of those books that could happen and that is unnerving. I got a chill just reading it * Serendipity Reviews *Thought provoking fodder, and a love story, for the X-Factor generation * Teach Secondary *The information that is held back at the start of the novel does provide for an interesting mystery (...) I was quite satisfied with the ambiguity of what might happen to the characters given the events of the ending (...) You should probably give it a read! * The Bookshelf Gargoyle *A winning premise, this is up there as one of the year's best YA books -- Natasha Harding * The Sun *It's cold, confronting stuff, and the author handles it with sensitivity (...) this is a confronting look at our society, with elements that take it to the extreme. But the familiar parts of it are what will make the story resonate with readers in the end * Readingtime.com.au *intelligent and sensitive...plenty of thought provoking issues to confront and the book is a real page turner. * School Librarian *I loved Cell 7. It is in equal parts entertaining and thought provoking and it will keep you hooked until the end. 5/5 * My Random Musings *
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Should she live or should she die? You decide. A heart-stopping thriller. Shortlisted for the Lancashire Libraries Book of the Year 2018.

Produktdetaljer

ISBN
9781471405594
Publisert
2016
Utgiver
Vendor
Hot Key Books
Vekt
292 gr
Høyde
198 mm
Bredde
129 mm
Dybde
23 mm
Aldersnivå
03, Y
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
400

Forfatter

Biographical note

Kerry Drewery is the author of the CELL 7 trilogy, the first of which was shortlisted for the Lancashire Libraries Book of the Year 2018 and has been translated into more than a dozen languages, as well as two other highly acclaimed YA novels: A BRIGHTER FEAR, 2012 (which was Love Reading 4 Kids Book of the Month and shortlisted for the Leeds Book Award) and A DREAM OF LIGHTS, 2013 (which was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal, awarded Highly Commended at the North East Teen Book Awards and shortlisted for the Hampshire Independent Schools Book Awards). Both were published by HarperCollins in the UK and Callenbach in The Netherlands.