The Eternal Return of Clara Hart: Shortlisted for the 2023 Yoto Carnegie Medal for Writing
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When Spence wakes up to the same day again and sees Clara, the girl who died, alive and well, it’s clear he’s been granted a second chance. And a third. And a fourth… Bold and honest … More than a fast-paced novel with visible, realistic and necessary character growth that helps the reader move closer to understanding, The Eternal Return Of Clara Hart is a reflection on real life.”– The National This novel is a reminder of how fiction can be an ideal space for exploring philosophical questions … I am glad this superb book exists.”– Claire Hennessy, The Irish Times
Exceptional … a careful, thoughtful, compulsively readable examination of toxic masculinity and normalised sexual abuse.”– The Guardian To break the spell he has to re-evaluate everything he previously took for granted and find the courage to call out his own and others complicity in events that marked the life and death of Clara Hart. Caught in a loop, condemned to experience the same 24 hours over and over, Spence tries to prevent the terrible events of the party.