• Once again the queen of children's fiction doesn't disappoint, and the issue of sexuality is handled with the understanding that we have come to expect from her

    Waterstone's Books Quarterly
  • Her ability to connect with readers is peerless and her deft and honest way of tackling delicate subjects is always impressive

    The Bookseller
  • At the heart of Kiss, as in all her best books, is an emotional truthfulness, courage and comedy

    Amanda Craig, The Times
  • A great, if gritty, read from one of our best-loved authors

  • The emotions involved in first love and rejection, as well as other teenage concerns are convincingly depicted

    The Children's Bookseller

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