Iris Green, Unseen / Louise Finch

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From the highly-acclaimed author of The Eternal Return of Clara Hart comes a devastating heartbreak romance with a speculative twist.

When Iris Green discovers that her boyfriend is cheating on her with one of her best friends, she doesn’t just feel invisible – she actually becomes invisible. And the less she can be seen herself, the more she understands the people around her, including Baker, the boy in the darkroom, who might be exactly what she needs to make her way back to herself.

A powerful novel about self-discovery in the wake of a traumatic event The Eternal Return of Clara Hart was shortlisted for the Bookseller YA book prize in 2023, the 2023 Yoto Carnegie Medal for Writing and the Branford Boase Award. 

Praise for Louise Finch:

"Compulsively readable." – The Guardian

"An incredibly touching story" – Inis Magazine, Children’s Books Ireland

"Finch’s writing makes me tingle all over." – A. Connors, author of The Girl Who Broke the Sea

"Emotionally raw and deeply resonant; Iris Green, Unseen carved a dark, bruised corner from my heart, held it up to the light and healed it. Essential reading for anyone who’s had to navigate school while protecting a fragile heart." – Brianna Bourne, Carnegie-nominated author of The Half-Life of Love

"Such beautiful writing, such real characters; I felt every ache of Iris’s struggles and couldn’t put it down wanting to know how it would all end. So many people will identify with her – a must-read!" – Sue Wallman, author of I Know You Did It