The Taste of Blue Light15+ years
'If Sylvia Plath wrote a novel for young adults, The Taste of Blue Light would be it' Louise O'Neill, author of Asking For It
What happened to me?
Why can't I remember?
Weeks after blacking out and waking up in hospital, Lux still has no memory of what happened.
She doesn't know why her days are consumed by pain and her nights by terrifying dreams; why her parents won't stop shouting and her friends stop talking when she walks into the room.
All she knows is that the Lux she once was is gone - and that if she can't uncover the truth, everything she loves will be taken away too.
'Devastating and brilliant' Stylist
'Truly unforgettable' Heat
If Sylvia Plath wrote a novel for young adults, The Taste of Blue Light would be it... Beautiful. Visceral. Gripping. I loved it
Louise O'Neill, author of Asking For It
A gripping Bell Jar-type narrative of mental distress and confusion
Remember the name Lydia Ruffles: this devastating and brilliant YA book goes to the most
unexpected of places and will leave you mulling it over for days, weeks and months after