Never Evers by Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison


piranha stars green 4

“Perfectly pitched comedy for younger teens”


Never Evers is the story of Mouse, a 14-year-old girl, who has returned to her former school after failing to make the grade at ballet school, and Jack, also fourteen, and the diffident front-man of a band with no name. They’re off on a school trip to France – Mouse to learn to ski and Jack to snowboard. For the first several chapters, the two characters’ stories are entirely separate. We learn how Mouse feels about her failure and her discomfort about fitting herself back in with the friends she left behind. We see Jack going along with his friend Max in his quest for girls and fireworks – like a junior version of The Inbetweeners. Eventually, the two stories collide, the two fancy each other – of course – and circumstances keep them apart – of course. There is bullying, a lookalike…

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