Leah escapes the siege in her school, but she can't avoid wrestling with impossible choices in this topical, terrifying new novel that's essential reading for teens everywhere.
Sarah Mussi is an English woman who lived in Ghana for many years. She now lives in London and works as a secondary school teacher. Door of No Return won the Glen Dimplex New Writer's award for children's literature in 2007 was shortlisted for the Branford Boase.
Mussi's message cuts through the violence and suspense, leaving us with much more than cheap generic thrills - Adelaide Review Mussi's novel is not a pointless teen splatter-fest but a chilling political satire - The Sydney Morning HeraldViolent, shocking and thought-provoking, this powerful novel for older teenagers is set in the near future and addresses issues of love and personal responsibility, disadvantage and state control. - BooktrustThis is a fantastic piece of writing; powerful and compelling. A gripping thriller... underpinned with serious political content. - Carousel