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STUNNING NEW PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER SUICIDE NOTES FROM BEAUTIFUL GIRLS.
No one is good enough for Xavier. Not according to Sasha, his best friend. There's nothing Sasha wouldn't do to protect Xavier from getting hurt, especially by his cheating ex Ivy, who's suddenly slithered back into the picture. Worried that Xavier is ready to forgive and forget, Sasha decides to do a little catfishing. She poses as a hot guy online, to prove cheaters never change.
But Sasha's plan goes wrong fast, and soon the lies lead down a path from which there's no return . . .
Lynn Weingarten is a writer of teenage and young adult fiction and an editor of books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York where she likes reading, eating snacks, playing with fluffy animals, and plotting ways for made-up people to brutally murder each other. She is the queen of twisty-turny plots and her books are perfect for readers who have enjoyed books such as Jennifer Niven's All the Bright Places, Karen McManus' One of Us Is Lying, C.L. Taylor's The Treatment, and E Lockhart's We Were Liars.
Praise for BAD GIRLS WITH PERFECT FACES
“An intoxicating page-turner, this one is sure to be popular.”—School
" Fans of Weingarten’s previous SUICIDE NOTES FROM BEAUTIFUL GIRLS will
happily find another twisted web to fall into here.”
—The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“Readers will revel in the twists and turns as the characters attempt to
gather the pieces of their shattered lives.” —Booklist
“Weingarten draws provocative characters with searingly sharp
Praise for Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls
'Suicide Notes has so many layers that it'll make your head spin' The Book Nut
'I finished this book a week ago and it's honestly been on my mind ever since' Guardian Reviewer
‘[This] reminded me of a dark Sweet Valley High in places ... The chapters also cleverly alternative perspective and in general I think there are some really interesting story-telling tactics used’ Emma Gannon, Girl Lost in the City
‘I found myself absolutely hooked and the ending absolutely blew me away. This book is compared to Gone Girl and Thirteen Reasons Why but having read both I actually think this book is far far superior' Overflowing Library
‘If Gone Girl was the book of the year, then Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls is the book of the decade’ The Perks of Being a Bookworm
‘Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls kept things fresh, unique and definitely left me totally shocked by the ending; just the way I like it’ Writing from the Tub