We are in an epidemic. An epidemic of unhappiness.
Friends, here is the good news: HappyHead has the answer.
When Seb is offered a place on a radical retreat designed to solve the national crisis of teenage unhappiness, he is determined to change how people see him and make his parents proud. But as he finds himself drawn to the enigmatic Finn, Seb starts to question the true nature of the challenges they must undergo. The deeper into the programme the boys get, the more disturbing the assessments become, until it’s clear there may be no escape …
Sue Walkman said of HappyHead by Josh Silver that it was like ‘Hunger Games’ but better. Quite a compliment!
Good Reading has a sneak peek for you.
Josh Silver trained at RADA as an actor and has performed in the West End and on Broadway.
After deciding to change careers, Josh began training as a mental health nurse. Josh lives in Manchester with his boyfriend and their dog, Dodger.
HappyHead is Josh’s first book.