Felicity Costello, aka Flick, is pretty much like any other sixteen-year-old – except for one difference.
A difference she doesn’t want anyone else to know about.
A difference she hardly admits even to herself.
Not for the faint-hearted, Flick is a searingly honest depiction of teenage life as it is lived today.
'Flick is the sort of book I wish I could have read in my teens. It never talks down to the reader but still manages to shine a light on some of the darkest and most confusing moments of becoming an adult'