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Miranda always loved her big sister and wanted to be just like her.
Cupala very smoothly brings to the light the notion that a teen pregnancy impacts many people and the way those people handle it impact the pregnant girl.
TELL ME A SECRET is the story of a girl with a tragic past determined to find a hopeful future.
Five years ago, Miranda's older, troublsome and wild sister Xanda died. Now, she lives in the shadow of the past and the secrets that were buried along with her sister's death,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by StephTheBookworm
The book was great, the condition was as listed in the description box. I read this book in about a day.Published 18 months ago by whitneydarling
Oh, how I loved this book.
Ahem. Now that that's covered, I'll explain myself. I've been looking forward to reading this for a while, and when I found out I won a copy,... Read more
I'm not typically a YA fan, but I read this book on the recommendation of someone else. I'm so glad I did (well, except for the fact that now I'm tired, because I sat down and read... Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Dawn Babb Prochovnic
From the beginning, I felt such a deep heartfelt sadness for Miranda, otherwise known as Rand. Ever since her sister Xanda was killed in a car crash, everyone seemed to ignore... Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Uniquely Moi Books
Miranda, no, Rand is a girl with secrets. Yes, we all have secrets but not many of us have secrets that could forever change the landscape of the lives of everyone surrounding us. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Danielle M. Smith
I love a good teen pregnancy story, having lived one myself. More than that, I love a well written book, and I couldn't put this one down. Read morePublished on January 27, 2012 by idasong
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Teen pregnancy is never an easy issue to read about and Miranda's pregnancy in Tell Me a Secret is no exception. Read more
Tell Me a Secret is a breathtaking debut novel. Holly Cupala's writing gets to the heart of high school drama and the ramifications of the choices that we make in a realistic and... Read morePublished on August 3, 2011 by Kate B.