Alex is sinking. Slowly but surely, she's cut herself off from everything but her one true love - drink. Until she's forced to write a piece about a coma ward, where she meets Amy.
Amy is lost. When she was fifteen, she was attacked and left for dead in a park not far from her house. Her attacker was never found. Since then, she has drifted in a lonely, timeless place. She's as good as dead, but not even her doctors are sure how much she understands.
Alex and Amy grew up in the same suburbs, played the same music, flirted with the same boys. And as Alex begins to investigate the attack, she opens the door to the same danger that has left Amy in a coma...
Educated at Grammar school in Devon, but never quite making it to university, Holly Seddon instead became a freelance writer almost straight out of college. In 2003, she launched her own music website, Muso's Guide, from the kitchen of her house, partly in protest at not being given a job at NME.
Holly has been privileged to work in some amazing online newsrooms and has written features on everything from colonic irrigation to robot butlers. As a freelance writer, she has been published on national newspaper websites, magazines and leading consumer websites. From 2010 to 2012, Holly wrote 'Mumblings', an irreverent column on motherhood, for award-winning Vine magazine.
A mother of four, Holly's time is divided between writing fiction, writing articles, walking Arnie the miniature Schnauzer and chasing homework-evaders around the living room. And then some more writing when night falls.