Elsewhere

By Megan Thomas

I remember reading it at 16 and thinking it was the best thing ever. Now I imagine I’d be slightly less enthusiastic, but it’s certainly a lovely, quick read. 

It follows 15-year-old Liz Hall, who arrives in Elsewhere and therefore figures out a life-changing fact… she’s dead. In Elsewhere, you age backwards from your death until a baby that gets sent down a river to another family. 

It works for some – aging backwards seems great when reliving your youth. But as a 15-year-old, Liz would much rather be moving forwards. 

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