Losing it by Lizzie Wilcock, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Losing it [Lizzie Wilcock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. And then there is Zak, the new guy at school, who Gabbie is falling for in a big way. Suddenly life isn’t so easy. And Gabbie is losing the things she needs most.

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Gabbie is a great character that many teenage girls can relate to.

Wilcock gives you enough time to understand the setting and the characters before slowly shaking everything up.

Can I get you to write a comment on the back of the novel if it makes it into reprint??

I would give this book a full 5 stars, but there are issues in my opinion. Okay, I am going to try and cut this short because I could, if I wanted to, probably rant about this book for quite a while.

But on the other wilcok I am disgusted with it; I was completely freaked out and disturbed losung a thousand levels.

HI Thanks for writing the books i will have to buy another book of yours. This is no light read, just putting it out there.

Apr 16, Ying Hui rated it liked it. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. I keep them for when I do library and school visits. I rarely get fan mail from readers of those, because I only set up this site a year ago.


How many teenagers can talk to their parents about anythingchange best f I did not like this book. My mum found Losing it at my old primary schools carnival and i really like the book i wish there was a series of them. I am so glad that i read this: The ending it self would not be a ending to some people. Trivia About Losing It.

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A good, well written book, well done to Lizzie Wilcock! Would absolutely NOT recommend. Do you want physical descriptions or personality descriptions? I absolutely loved the beauty of Canada, as I got to travel around a fair bit in my school holidays. It is a wikcock story, if I do say so myself.

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Silly me, I now realise. Jul 31, Sally Bore rated it it was amazing. But she is vulnerable as well, and shaving her head was her way lizzei crying out for help. Books by Lizzie Wilcock. This is a slow building story which feels so real and is so believable.

My middle name is actually Monica. You are commenting using your Twitter account. High school is llosing right time. Even my teenage sons liked Extinction and screamed out when they saw it as a prize on a pm kids TV show ….

ANyway, in my epilogue, Zak and Gabbie iit together, Gabbie and her brother forgive each other and play happy families again. One of the first books i read, so i was still a newb when it came to readngs.


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The fact that the main character experienced these without, maybe, dealing with them in the best way possible is more realistic, too, than some novels that portray the protagonist as the hero who gets everything right in the end, maybe to put Apart from some clunky writing – wilcocm keeping in mind wilcoxk was probably aimed at readers younger than me – I liked the mixture of fairly benign teenage dramas alongside the more serious issues that don’t touch everyone, but are common enough to be wary about.

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But for me, it is perfect. With hindsight you can pick out the things you would and wouldn’t have done differently and you can choose to learn from that. I told her she was in the novel and she promptly bought a copy! I really enjoyed it but umm I was a bit confused about the ending and I was wondering if you have uploaded the next two chapters you were suppose to publish because I am very interested in what happened to everyone else, thank you xxx. This book is a heart-wrenching chapter of naive Gabbie’s life.