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Justin Case is convinced fate has in for him.
And he’s right.

After finding his younger brother teetering on the edge of his balcony, fifteen-year-old David Case realizes the fragility of life and senses impending doom. Without looking back, he changes his name to Justin and assumes a new identity, new clothing and new friends, and dares to fall in love with the seductive Agnes Day. With his imaginary dog Boy in tow, Justin struggles to fit into his new role and above all, to survive in a world where tragedy is around every corner. He’s got to be prepared, just in case.

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Comments on: "Just in case – Meg Rosoff" (1)

  1. I recommend the book Just in Case by Meg Rosoff. I liked this book because it explains the life of a teenage boy who is having a little trouble getting through his day to day life as he is paranoid about everything going wrong at every moment. My favourite part of this book is when we find out that the title and David’s adopted name Justin Case refers to his phobia and it actually spells out Just in Case, I just like moments in books where everything makes sense. I can relate to Justin because although I pretend not to be scared, sometimes I am worried that everything will all go wrong at a moment in time and I wont be able to do anything to fix it. I would recommend this book to others because it is a funny read that will allow people to feel what Justin is feeling at any time of the day. The type of person that would like this book is a person who likes a short read and someone who loves to be drawn into the book they are reading.


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