Written by Kate McCaffrey
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Jasmine Lovely has it all – the looks, the grades, the friends. But when a house party spins out of control, Jazz discovers what can happen when your mistakes go viral ...
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PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
'This well written, entertaining novel is highly recommended as an engaging and relevant read for teens and adults, as are McCaffrey’s previous YA novels including Destroying Avalon and Crashing Down.' Kids' Book Review
‘… we are instantly drawn into this small town high school setting where one too many drinks at a party leads to a heinous crime and four lives changed forever. This is a confronting tale about the power of social media in today’s culture …’ Monique, Goodreads
'The novel deals with gender relations, the power of the internet, and personal responsibility in a comprehensive and compelling way; this is a book that will keep you up all night and keep you thinking for weeks afterwards. Saving Jazz is McCaffrey’s most powerful book yet, and it deserves to be widely read and discussed.' WritingWA
'This is a cautionary tale like no other ... McCaffrey has written a book that will be hugely popular.' Read Plus
Australian Family Therapists’ Award for Children’s Literature (Winner 2017)
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