The Divines / Ellie Eaton.

By: Eaton, Ellie [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: London, England : Hodder & Stoughton, 2021Description: 306 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781529340136; 1529340136Subject(s): Boarding schools -- Fiction | Reminiscing -- Fiction | Female friendship -- Fiction | Scandals -- Fiction | Choice (Psychology) -- FictionGenre/Form: Bildungsromans. | Domestic fiction. DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: "The girls of elite English boarding school, St. John the Divine, were notorious for flipping their hair, harassing teachers, chasing boys and chain-smoking cigarettes. They were fiercely loyal, sharp-tongued, and cutting in the way that only teenage girls can be. But for Josephine, now in her thirties, her time at St. John feels like a lifetime ago. She hasn't spoken to another Divine in fifteen years, not since the day the school shut its doors in disgrace . . . But an impromptu visit reawakens blurry recollections of those doomed final weeks that rocked the community. With each memory that resurfaces, she circles closer to the ugly secret at the heart of the school's scandal. But the more Josephine recalls, the further her life unravels, derailing not just her marriage and career, but her entire sense of self."--Publisher description.
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"The girls of elite English boarding school, St. John the Divine, were notorious for flipping their hair, harassing teachers, chasing boys and chain-smoking cigarettes. They were fiercely loyal, sharp-tongued, and cutting in the way that only teenage girls can be. But for Josephine, now in her thirties, her time at St. John feels like a lifetime ago. She hasn't spoken to another Divine in fifteen years, not since the day the school shut its doors in disgrace . . . But an impromptu visit reawakens blurry recollections of those doomed final weeks that rocked the community. With each memory that resurfaces, she circles closer to the ugly secret at the heart of the school's scandal. But the more Josephine recalls, the further her life unravels, derailing not just her marriage and career, but her entire sense of self."--Publisher description.

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