‘Boarding school is hardly virgin territory, novelistically speaking, but Bingham’s 1980s version of life inside, as played out against a sound-drop of Wham! and Tina Turner singles, has a distinctive charm.’
‘A coming-of-age novel whose characters show a justifiable reluctance to come of age. Written with a light touch, it nevertheless suggests that, for girls, schooldays may well be the best days of their lives.’
‘The story of three girls spending a long summer together after their ‘A’-levels. It’s a period of self-discovery, growth and exploration, and the book will have you reading for the phone to call that best friend you haven’t seen since you left school.’