Gemma Weekes: Love Me by Gemma Weekes



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Recently returned to this and finished it Glad I did It s charming vividly written gripping and fresh I look forward to Weekes next boo. Ey're ever to understand what real love isGemma Weekes has a way with language that puts all the music sweat colour and raw emotion of a city night directly on to the page Her dialogue fizzes with the spoken word her character are intensely real From Eden's Bible bashing father to her mystical Aunt K and her rocker boyfriend Spanish who smoulders with Black Pride from Hackney to Brooklyn Weekes brings to life a world of cross cultural relationships passion and pain that zings with life and reveals her to be a major new talent.

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R ago Read the first third of it and remember thinking wow this woman can really write and then I got distracted by other books and only. R rap and the most beautiful boy she's ever seen she nows she must have him back Paralysed by lust Eden hangs out at Zed's gigs sueezes into mini dresses and drops as many hints as a girl can without losing her dignity but with no result Zed's interested in Max a blonde with perfect bone structure and as white as toothpaste But is Max the real reason these two can't get it together As the story unfolds glimpses of their St Lucian relatives and parents reveal that Eden and Zed have some serious history they need to face if th.

This sort of books make me never want to read again Bought and began reading this novel when it first came out which was perhaps a yea. A first love shouldn't bloom so fierce you now It shouldn't be like a fist forever clutched around the heart muscle I didn't realise how bad I had it until he reappearedSinger poet Gemma Weekes turns to prose with this dazzling first novel about love set between London and New York one hot sticky summer Eden is locked in a state of mid twenties adolescence directionless insecure and hopelessly obsessed with her first love When Zed the object of her affection swoops into town 'flash in every line of his body' spitting gangste.