About the book
The first two novels in Printz-winner Aidan Chambers’s Dance Sequence are at last available in a fresh format that will draw teens to these classics of YA literature.Literature is crap. Fiction is, anyway. A pretense. Ersatz. . . . When you read a story you are pretending a lie. —Morgan
What begins as a game for Ditto—the refutation of his friend Morgan’s Charges Against Literature—quickly escalates into a multilevel challenge. After Ditto’s father suffers a heart attack in the middle of one of their fights, Ditto decides he has to get away for a few days to sort out his life. His chronicle of his experiences becomes his rebuttal to Morgan’s Charges. But is this thought-provoking examination of people and ideas all fact . . . or fiction? Aidan Chambers leaves it up to the reader to decide in this novel that Publishers Weekly
calls “excruciatingly funny as well as touching.” Includes a new afterword from the author!
Praise for Aidan ChambersMichael L. Printz Award winnerCarnegie Medal winnerHans Christian Andersen Award winner
About the author
Aidan Chambers is the author of the highly acclaimed Dance Sequence of young-adult novels: Breaktime, Dance on My Grave, Now I Know, The Toll Bridge, Postcards from No Man’s Land, and This Is All. Aidan won the Michael L. Printz Award and the Carnegie Medal for Postcards from No Man’s Land. He was also awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Award, children’s literature’s highest honor, for his body of work. He’s only the second British writer to win it. He lives in the west of England with his American wife, Nancy. Visit his Web site at www.aidanchambers.co.uk.