- Narrated by: Em Eldridge
- Length: 9 hrs and 1 min
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-06-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
Everyone tells Ginny that she should feel happy....
After years in foster care, 14-year-old Ginny is finally with parents who will love her. Yet despite finding her forever family, she knows she will never stop crafting her Big Secret Plan of Escape.
Because something heartbreaking happened a long time ago - something that only Ginny knows - and nothing will stop her going back to put it right....
A fiercely poignant, inspirational story of a lost girl making sense of a world that just doesn't seem to add up. Ginny Moon will change everyone who spends time with her.
"Complex, clever, original, charming and moving. I loved it." (Sarah Morgan)
"Benjamin Ludwig's novel is a genuine and touching debut; Ginny Moon is a wonderful and memorable heroine." (Dan Chaon, National Book Award finalist, author of Await Your Reply and Ill Will)
"Ludwig creates a startling, powerful voice in Ginny Moon, a character who lingers well beyond the pages. This is gripping work." (Erika Swyler, author of The Book of Speculation)
"Artfully rendered, heart-breaking, funny and suspenseful, Ginny Moon is a veritable smorgasbord of a read that will stay with you long after you've consumed the final page. Excellent!" (John Lescroart, New York Times best-selling author)
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By Stitching parent on 22-07-18
A totally enthralling book from the start to the finish. You will fall in love with Jenny. Clearly written by an author who knows the subject of autism very well. It certainly made me understand the problems faced a lot more clearly. Give it a try you won't regret it, excellent book.
By Amazon Customer on 29-03-18
Captivating! A great read.
Absolutely loved this book! Although it talks about gaining insight into the autistic perspective (I have a child with autism). What really struck me was how early childhood trauma and attachment issues are so beautifully, simply depicted through the eyes of "Ginny". Ginny's character is so well written and understood that many times you feel an overwhelming frustration (on Ginny's part) when other characters in the book fail to "understand". Would highly recommend.