The suicide club / Sarah Quigley.

By: Quigley, Sarah, 1967- [author.]
Material type: TextTextDescription: 412 pages ; 24 cmISBN: 9780143771012; 0143771019Subject(s): Suicide -- Psychological aspects -- Fiction | Homosexuality -- FictionGenre/Form: New Zealand fiction -- 21st century. DDC classification: NZ823.2 Summary: When Bright is suddenly catapulted to fame, he cant cope with the pressure. He decides to end it all by jumping from the 20th floor of a high-rise on his twentieth birthday. Hes saved by the quirky, eccentric Gibby, and soon the two boys will find themselves in a love triangle, vying for the attention of the beautiful, brilliant, unreachable Lace, and also trying to protect her from harm.The three misfits close to genius, close to the brink travel from England to a beautiful old spa town in the Bavarian Alps. Here, in an experimental institution under the colourful Dr Geoffrey, the pressure mounts. Soon its no longer clear who's in the greatest danger, and who needs saving the most.
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When Bright is suddenly catapulted to fame, he cant cope with the pressure. He decides to end it all by jumping from the 20th floor of a high-rise on his twentieth birthday. Hes saved by the quirky, eccentric Gibby, and soon the two boys will find themselves in a love triangle, vying for the attention of the beautiful, brilliant, unreachable Lace, and also trying to protect her from harm.The three misfits close to genius, close to the brink travel from England to a beautiful old spa town in the Bavarian Alps. Here, in an experimental institution under the colourful Dr Geoffrey, the pressure mounts. Soon its no longer clear who's in the greatest danger, and who needs saving the most.

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