UKYA

Celebrating Young Adult fiction by UK authors

Martyn Pig by Kevin Brooks

1 Comment

538915Meet Martyn Pig. His name may be bad, but his life is worse.

Martyn’s life is miserable, and it always has been. His mother is gone. His father hates him. But at least things can’t get any worse. Or so he thought.

When his father dies in a sudden accident, Martyn realizes that for the first time in his life, he has a choice. Sure, he could report what happened – and move in with his horrible Aunty Jean. Or he could get rid of the body and move on with the rest of his life. So Martyn comes up with a foolproof plan to hide the body. Hey, what could go wrong?

Advertisements

Author: K

YA writer. Voracious reader. Feminist. Home educator. Addicted to tea and Twitter.

One thought on “Martyn Pig by Kevin Brooks

  1. Pingback: Author C.J. Skuse’s Top 10 UKYA books | UKYA