Finding Jennifer Jones (Paperback)

Anne Cassidy

-   13 years +

Thrilling and suspenseful, this is another fast-paced and gripping novel from the bestselling and award-winning young adult fiction author Anne Cassidy, a writer who knows exactly how to write stories that teens simply won't be able to put down.

In Finding Jennifer Jones, the long-awaited sequel to 2004's Looking for JJ, we meet Kate - a nice normal girl who dates normal boys and lives a normal life. But Kate isn't normal at all and she is actually Jennifer Jones - a girl gradually being exposed as the 'Kate' facade crumbles away... Trying to escape her horrifying past, the last nine years are catching up with Jennifer. She decides to break her parole and contact the one girl who may be able to help her... But this also happens to be the one girl who she will never receive any sympathy from.

Tense, emotional and powerful from start to finish, readers aged 13+ will be hooked.

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Product Details

  • Product code: FJJ2
  • ISBN: 9781471402289
  • Publisher: Hot Key Books
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 19.7cm x 12.8cm
  • Pages: 288
  • Publish date: Thu Feb 06 00:00:00 GMT 2014

Red House Reader Review

Reader review: Finding Jennifer Jones - Paperback - 9781471402289
Humnah Abdullah
Red House Reviewer

In Finding Jennifer Jones, Alice Tully must come to terms with the fact what happened six years ago was real, as much as she would like to deny it. She is ready to move on, but her old life isn’t ready to let her go... Her past has returned to rip her new life to shreds. This is an amazing book. The switching from past to present and constant cliffhangers are among the many reasons it kept a hold on me! Between reads, there was a constant battle as to what would happen next in my head; I didn’t want to put it down!

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