The Glass Girl

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Pub Date 1 Oct 2024 | Archive Date 1 Oct 2024

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Description

From the author of bestselling Girl in Pieces, comes the story of a teenage girl on the brink, and the bumpy road back to recovery.

Bella is at breaking point.

Everyone in her life needs something from her. And there’s only one thing that dulls the pain.

Alcohol smooths the sharp edges and makes it all so much easier. What’s the big deal? Everyone drinks. And Bella knows she can stop whenever she wants.

But one party changes everything. Too many drinks lands her, unconscious, on the front steps of her mother’s house. With a fractured cheekbone and no memory of what happened, it’s time to deal with reality. And for Bella, that means going to rehab.

From the author of bestselling Girl in Pieces, comes the story of a teenage girl on the brink, and the bumpy road back to recovery.

Bella is at breaking point.

Everyone in her life needs something from...


Advance Praise

'In true Kathleen Glasgow fashion, not only will this book absolutely wreck you in the best way possible, but it will open up conversations about something bigger.' Cosmopolitan 

'In true Kathleen Glasgow fashion, not only will this book absolutely wreck you in the best way possible, but it will open up conversations about something bigger.' Cosmopolitan 


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ISBN 9780861544271
PRICE £8.99 (GBP)

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Featured Reviews

This is such a raw and unflinching depiction of what living with alcoholism looks like. Glasgow has once again broken my heart only to put it back together again.

Bella's story is one I will think about for a long time and it was a pleasure to read this despite the heavy subject matter. There are so many questions raised and it's definitely one I will shout about to all my friends because I think everyone should read it.

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