A trio of reviews
Three lovely reviews of Sharp Edges appeared online this week.
It’s a book thing wrote:
Partridge draws a map of an adolescent need for freedom, rebellion (even if in small and not so dramatic doses), jealousy, love triangle, and a muchly needed in a YA genre gay quiver relationship. Oh, how good this book is. S.A Partridge is the rabbit you follow down the hole, the boy under the stairs, the race car driving frog, a hidden garden and the sliver of light behind the cupboard.
The book hurtles towards a conclusion that will shock the reader and leave you horrified at the so-called friends of Demi Crowley. It is superbly written and a must-read for any YA fan.
It was a sharp, quick read that kept me totally glued to the page. It gives me joy to see authors like SA Partridge bringing quality fiction to the South African YA market.