Carla has just moved to London and starts at yet another new school; she is desperate to fit in. Though she makes a couple of friends, she soon meets the charismatic, good-looking Finn and their whirlwind romance begins. Carla, an A student and gifted artist, lets her schoolwork slip as she enters Finn's world - a world of partying and drugs. Friends tells her that Finn is no good - even his brother, Isaac. But Isaac has an ulterior motive, doesn't he? Is either brother right for Carla?
'A spectacular contemporary novel to rival Junk. Brilliant!' Queen of Contemporary
'A gripping coming-of-age-tale.'
Book of the Month, New Magazine
'This cautionary romance makes for compulsive reading.'
August 2015 Debut of the Month, Lovereading4Kids.co.uk
'My god this blew me away!'
Top 5 YA Debut's of 2015, MaxandMummy.co.uk
'You would never know that this is Katie’s debut novel ... I can’t wait to read more from this powerful new voice in YA.'
'It's emotional, thought-provoking and addictive.'
'Good girl gets with bad crowd - drugs, drink, failing grades -what's not to like? All teens should read Drop.' Gillian Ward
'Beautiful and scary and brimful of heart.'
'Oh wow, what a book... I'm speechless... I'm re-reading it... It was so good.'
Sophia Ufton, Lovereading4Kids.co.uk
'This is an amazing book and the best I have read in a long time. A thrilling book with lost of twists and turns. Definitely one to read! Couldn't put it down.'
Ella Clifton, Lovereading4Kids.co.uk
'Drop ably evokes tightening-vice pressure of exams, parental expectation, trying to catch up with In Crowd.' Imogen Russell Williams
'I just finished drop and I think it's my favourite book ever written. Please write more!'
'One to watch out for this summer!'
Queen of Contemporary