Things We Thought We Knew Mahsuda Snaith
AN OBSERVER NEW FACE OF FICTION FOR 2017'An original and affecting coming-of-age novel' The Observer'Fuses life's big themes with daily minutiae ... A voice of the next generation' Stylist'A vibrant portrayal of estate life in the late nineties and an affecting story of friendship' The IndependentRavine and Marianne were best friends. They practised handstands together, raced slugs and went into the woods to play.
But now everything has changed. Ten years later, Ravine lies in a bed plagued by chronic pain syndrome. And her best friend Marianne is gone.
How did their last adventure go so wrong? Who is to blame? And where is Marianne?Heartbreaking, bittersweet and utterly unforgettable, The Things We Thought We Knew is a powerful novel about the things we remember and the things we wish we could forget.