What does friendship mean to you? Tell us in any form you like to be in with a chance to win a reading group set (15 copies) of Kevin Brooks new novel, The Devil's Angel.
The Devils Angel is about the intensity of teenage friendships and disaffected youth.
There's one reading group set (15 copies) available, so to be in with a chance to win, you or your group will need to share with us what friendship feels like to you. It can be in the form of a photo montage, a video, a drawing, a poem, a Minecraft world or anything else inventive that you can think of!
Share the results with us on Twitter, Facebook or email by 30th September.
To the winners - We'd then love you to make your own creative review of the book, in any format of your choice!
Things to get you started!
Friendship: noun: the emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends.
"old ties of love and friendship"
Sharon, the Programme Manager for Promotions at the Reading Agency says says:
'Friendship is smiling through the mud.'
Nici, Participation Manager on the Reading Activists team says:
'Friendship is facing the wind together.'
Dan, Sales Manager at the Reading Agency says:
'Friendship is knowing exactly what the other person is thinking.'
Sahad, doing work experience at the Reading Agency office says:
'Friendship means picking each other up when one is down.'
The Devils Angel
An intensely poetic and utterly compelling teen drama about disaffected youth, rebellion and teenage attachment. From 2014 Carnegie Medal winner Kevin Brooks. When Dean first appears at school, Jack knows right away that there's something different about him.
The two form a fast bond and dream of starting a band together, but underneath all the usual teenage posturing of drinking, drugs and rebellion against authority, there's a darker side to Dean that needs more - more wildness, more violence.
A darkly humorous and brilliantly observed novel about the intensity of teenage friendships and disaffected youth.
If you're looking for inspiration for your friendship montage, check out these creative things that Reading Activists have made.
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