The Taste Of Blue Light Lydia Ruffles
(Hodder Children’s Books, £12.99) HYBRID Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar meets James St James’s Party Monster. IN A NUTSHELL An art student can’t remember what happened to her at a party. But she knows it’s something bad. A psychologist is now messing with her mind to help her remember.
FIRST LINE “I will find the old Lux and when I do I will climb back inside her.”
READ IT On a Berlin city break. The book paints a fascinating picture of the art world, and all you’ll want to do is go up to people and ask them what their deep-rooted secrets are. (Don’t. They won’t like that.)