Mirror, Mirror

  • by Cara Delevingne
  • Narrated by R. Jones
  • 9 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When one of their friends mysteriously disappears, a group of teens are forced to confront the challenges and secrets of their lives in this edgy and suspenseful coming-of-age tale from international supermodel, actress, and social media darling Cara Delevingne.
Among the students of Pimlico Academy, Red, Leo, Rose, and Naomi are misfits - outsiders who have found a safe haven in music and their band, Mirror, Mirror. For these 16-year-olds, fitting in at school is nearly as difficult as navigating their complicated home lives. Red has an alcoholic mother and a father who's never around. Leo's brother is in prison. Rose uses sex and alcohol to numb the pain of a brutal attack. Naomi's punk rock princess persona gives her the freedom to be her true self.
When Naomi mysteriously vanishes and then is found unconscious, her friends are shaken and confused. Could it have been an accident - or did someone deliberately try to hurt Naomi? If she was in trouble, why didn't she turn to them? How well do they really know their bandmate - and each other? If Naomi wakes up from her coma, will she ever be the same?
To understand what happened to Naomi, Red, Leo, and Rose must ultimately face their own dark secrets and fears and reconcile the difference between what they feel inside and what they show to the world.
Cara Delevingne reveals another facet of her amazing talent with this powerful novel about identity, sexuality, gender, emotional pain, the complicated world of social media, and the dangerous weight of appearances that are not what they seem.

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Raw, unscripted, real

I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I was worried it was just another "a celeb thinks she can write" kinda book, but it wasn't. This book contains real content that needs to be talked and written about. I loved the characters and how vulnerable they all were and how they all had to deal with real stuff. People can recognise themselves in the characters. It was bloody brilliant.

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- Sannie

The book I recommend for reflecting youth to adult

I loved the idea of this book. It reflects the struggles of every characters that represents every version of our current society. Being able to express yourself truthfully and being the perfection version are the goals everyone is struggling or yearning. It is also comes naturally that we hide ourselves in different environments. Inevitably we are losing what makes us unique and happy. I am very contented this is not an old-fashioned book that are very conservative -- open to new ideas that are hanging around us. Technology has changed our interactions with our family and peers, we see things in many different perspectives that can be exhaustingly overwhelming. I truly think reading or listening this book is a worthwhile experience. I will definitely‚Äč listen to it again and consider for the text version as well. Worth to buy. Definitely 10/10
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- Jc Z.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-10-2017
  • Publisher: Harper Audio