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The US has already gone bonkers for ‘Bone Gap’ and here’s all the reasons why


We’ve shared why magical realism is basically the best and shoved our love of the ‘Bone Gap‘ covers in your faces, so now it’s time to back up our squealing with some proper, scientific evidence.

yeah-science

Now, listen up: this is why you need to read ‘Bone Gap‘, like, now.

It’s starting delicious new foody trends.

Erm, why aren’t S’mores a thing in the UK? Someone fix that, please.

Bone Gap‘ is literally the book of your dreams.

It’s “buy-it-twice good” – can’t argue with that.

Seriously, though, that makes sense. We learn so much about Finn, Petey and Roza through the novel that by the time we got to the ends our minds were blown and we HAD to re-read it and spot the clues.

It’s also loved by dogs, apparently…

Dogs know things. Fact.

Hella good characters.

Petey <3

Comparison to AS King? SOLD.

Have you read and loved ‘Bone Gap’? Tell us why in the comments below. 

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