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Ian’s best friend, Stolly, is up on cloud nine. He’s in the hospital, unconscious, and hooked up to machines. The question Ian is trying to answer is: How did Stolly end up there?
In a way, Stolly’s always been on cloud nine, living life by his own rules and making those rules up as he goes along. His parents’ careers have them constantly rushing around, so Ian’s family has all but adopted Stolly. That’s why it’s up to Ian to figure out what happened to his best friend. But once the pieces start coming together, the answer doesn’t seem to make any sense.
About the Author
Children's Laureate of England and a two-time winner of the prestigious Carnegie Medal, Anne Fine is the author of "Alias Madame Doubtfire, Flour Babies, The Tulip Touch, "and" Bad Dreams. "
“[Anne Fine] produces a subtle and absorbing tale.”—Publishers Weekly
“England’s Children’s Laureate again exercises her unsurpassed gift for memorable, complex character studies.”—Kirkus Reviews, Starred
“Fine outdoes herself here.”—The Horn Book Magazine, Starred
“Completely absorbing.”—School Library Journal, Starred