What befalls girls who get pregnant

<p>Ros Asquith's latest novel for teenagers is the story of lively 15-year-old Amy Baker, a bright schoolgirl and a talented singer, with high hopes that her band Black Hole will make the big time. </p><p>As she confides to her diary, Amy is madly in love for the first time, with fellow schoolboy Tom. But when Tom moves to the US and stops writing to her, she is overcome with misery and has an accidental and alcohol-fuelled encounter with another boy. </p><p>Then her periods stop; but Amy is so afraid of taking a pregnancy test that she pretends to herself that nothing is happening.</p><p...

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