It's some time since Trading Tatiana was published, so it's great to know she's still attracting new readers.
It's even better when they go to the trouble of posting a review.
And better still when the review is as positive as this one from Riverwillow.
In case anyone is linkophobic, this is what she had to say:
Like Debi's previous book, Nirvana Bites, this book is set in South London and is full of local colour and we do end up back at the Nirvana Housing Co-op, which is wonderful. The book is fast and furious, Debi has a great sense of humour, the scene where Jo first meets Bare Botty Man's botty (you have to read this) is wonderful. What is also fantastic is that, as anyone who's met Debi or has read her blog knows, she has a very strong sense of social justice which comes across in this novel. If you can get your hands on a copy of this and read it, do, you will be entertained, terrified and ultimately moved.