Fresh from a London comprehensive, Rebecca Mason is plunged into life at Trebizon, a famous boarding school for girls. Lonely, afraid and anxious to prove herself, Rebecca determines to write something that will be accepted for publication in the school magazine. But the piece that appears is not the one she intended and she unwittingly triggers a row involving the editor of the magazine which rocks the school. But her new friend Tish Anderson and the other second-years are on her side.
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Anne Digby is the author of Trebizon, several titles in Enid Blyton’s Naughtiest Girl series, and the Me, Jill Robinson series.From AudioFile:
A tradition-bound, English, all-girl prep school is rent asunder as an "insignificant" new girl, an aspiring writer, becomes embroiled in a confrontation with the editor of the school magazine. Brigit Forsyth's narration firmly places us within the walls of Trebizon. Her adult characterizations exude the confidence and authority of the British schoolmistress. Equally convincing are her portrayals of the passionate and vivacious schoolgirls who draw together to overcome a double injustice. This is a solid presentation of a well-crafted story, which inexorably draws in its audience as the tension mounts. B.M.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers, 1980. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0583304273