The mini cab office was up a cobbled mews with little flat houses either side.
That's where I first met Violet Park, what was left of her. There was a healing centre next door, a pretty smart name for a place with a battered brown door and no proper door handle and stuck-on wooden numbers in the shape of clowns. The 3 of number 13 was a w stuck on sideways and I thought it was kind of sad and I liked it at the same time.
Sixteen-year-old Lucas Swain becomes intrigued by the urn of ashes left in a cab office. Convinced that its occupant – Violet Park – is communicating with him, he contrives to gain possession of the urn, little realising that his quest will take him on a voyage of self-discovery and identity, forcing him to finally confront what happened to his absent (and possibly dead) father…
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By W on 19-06-14
Holds your attention
This story has such a clever plot. The narrator is a little stilted and unnatural at times, but overall, he's not bad. Jenny Valentine's YA books are a pleasure to listen to - definitely worth a listen if you like Jacqueline Wilson. Broken Soup is my favourite.