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Publisher Description

‘THE SUN’ EBOOK OF THE WEEK

STUNNING INTERACTIVE EDITION OF THE NEW NOVELLA FROM THE AUTHOR OF ‘BLACK BOXES’.

99 Reasons, 11 endings, your pick.

Kate isn’t like other 22 year olds. She’s got a job to do for her Uncle Phil. Each day, she spies on The Kevin Keegan Day Nursery across the road from her bedroom window, writing down all of the comings and goings in her notebooks. That’s how she spots her little girl in the pink coat. She likes her, and it isn’t long before Kate asks her mam to get her for her. Plans are made.

But then, quite unexpectedly, Kate flashes her breasts out her bedroom window at the little girl’s father. And that's the reason that nothing will ever be the same again…

There is no one ending to Kate’s story, instead there are eleven possible outcomes, 9 of which you can navigate through your e-reading device. Each is different, and each exposes a little more of Kate’s utterly wonky world.

Visit www.carolinesmailes.co.uk to find out how to uncover the final 2 reasons why.

Reviews

‘Witty and touching’ Guardian

‘Dark but compelling’ The Sun

‘Will Self and Caroline Smailes are arch-experimentalists’ OBSERVER

About the author

CAROLINE SMAILES lives in the North West of England with her husband and three children. The Drowning of Arthur Braxton is her fifth novel. She can be found at www.carolinesmailes.co.uk and twitter.com/Caroline_S

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
March 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Friday Project
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Debbie and abie ,

99 reasons why.

Really enjoyed it. A very easy read with a strange story that kept me interested until the early hours. Enjoyed the alternative endings and read them all and chose my favourite ending, very satisfying! Definitely try another by the same other. Looking forward to it now.

Lizzard74 ,

Weirdly compelling

I really didn't want to like this but it drags you in and becomes strangely compelling

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