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"Part Dead Poet's Society. Part Heathers. Entirely addictive."
“Harrowing, enchanting, and utterly original.”
"A darkly comic romp...vivid and very enjoyable."
"Engages and provokes."
—The Boston Globe
"There is a relentless authenticity in her prose...Miller effectively places here characters in a vice and squeezes the truth out of them."
"A smoldering mystery set in a New England prep school... The author skillfully ratchets up the tension as Iris (and the reader) finds it harder and harder to tell who the good guys are... A gripping thrill ride that’s also a thoughtful coming-of-age story."
Miserable people doing horrible things to other miserable people. Left a bad taste in my mouth.Published 1 month ago by Katy Bejarano
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I must say this book was a real page-turner....
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This book is intelligent, well-written, and entertaining. Nothing detracts from this excellent read. I would and have recommended this to everybody I know.Published 5 months ago by serio90
This book meant so much to me. The characters were real, flawed and taught me so much about myself. Read this book, it will change the way you think about others.Published 7 months ago by Sarah
Fabulous!!! I really enjoyed this book. Great characters and an interesting plot. Pay attention to the dates posted as you read.Published 8 months ago by GVFore
Great idea and plot, although a little hard to follow at times. The private school culture is something with which I am not familiarPublished 9 months ago by Ralph W. McCann
Author Jennifer Miller does a good job with the narrative, despite the fact it unfolds in various voices speaking at different times. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joanne McCoy
she manages to capture your mind, your heart and your attention with her incredibly beautiful words, while luring you into her own creative mind and engaging story. Read morePublished 11 months ago by JustinKloskyOCD
When I was in high school back in the dark ages of the 1950s, the pranks we played varied from the timeworn to the troublesome, but nobody ever got hurt. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mal Warwick