Author(s): Meg Rosoff
What if Fate were out to get you? The day David Case saves his brother's life, his whole world changes. He must hide, become an entirely new person to escape Fate...if he can. This stunning, thought-provoking and darkly comic novel for teenage readers was one of the most eagerly awaited books of 2006 - now available in paperback.
Winner of Carnegie Medal 2007. Shortlisted for Booktrust Teenage Prize 2007.
'A modern Catcher in the Rye ... written with generosity and warmth but also with an edgy, unpredictable intelligence' - The Times 'Just in Case is brilliant. Meg Rosoff writes like a dream. Even the unbelievable was believable' - Sally Gardner, author of I, Coriander Praise for How I Live Now: 'That rare, rare thing, a first novel with a sustained, magical and utterly fauntless voice. I knew she could persuade me to believe almost anything' - Mark Haddon, author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time 'A crunchily perfect knock-out of a debut novel' - Guardian
Meg Rosoff was born in Boston, USA. Before she started writing, Meg worked in publishing, public relations and most recently advertising but thinks the best job in the world would be head gardener for Regents Park. Her first novel, How I Live Now, won the Guardian Award, the Branford Boase Award and was selected by the Daily Mail Book Club. Meg lives in Highbury, North London.