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[Last Week's] Guardian Review

You Against Me by Jenny Downham, reviewed by Keith Grey [sic]

despite the crime and punishment aspect of the novel never being fully resolved, readers wanting to discover if the relationship overcomes all the odds are sure to find themselves provoked, moved and rewarded in equal measure. KEITH GREY or GRAY?

footnote: I delayed posting this last week because I was disconcerted by the probable mis-spelling of the reviewer's surname - I still think it it likely that this is by Keith Gray and not Keith Grey, but there has been no correction, so here's the link anyway...

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