We were completely sucked into CJ Skuse’s wintry world in ‘Monster’ – and spent far too long turning pages when we really should have gone to bed. Tense, twisted and our #1 choice for duvet day reading this autumn, we think you all need a copy of CJ Skuse’s fab novel.
On top of that, it’s one of the Telegraph’s top YA books of 2015. Yeah. It’s that good.
Of course, we wanted to know what bloggers and tweeters were saying about it too. Check out what we found when we went hunting through Twitter:
"Addictive, compelling and with CJ Skuse’s stamp all over it, Monster should be on your Halloween reading list." https://t.co/Q44U8lzwZI
— Dawn McNiff (@DawnMcNiff) October 25, 2015
— Jenny Savill (@JennySavill1) July 30, 2015
An author who uses music as the backbone to her stories in the way that I do. Top playlist. Top book. https://t.co/vWIxPYSVif
— Natasha Desborough (@TashDesborough) October 19, 2015
— Jim (@Yayeahyeah) October 10, 2015
— Dana and the Books (@DanaAndTheBooks) September 9, 2015
— Samina (@Escapismfanatic) August 17, 2015
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