From the New York Times bestselling author of teen suspense books, Natalie D. Richards, comes a psychological thriller about a girl who wakes up with everything she's ever wanted, but can't remember the last six months of her life, perfect for fans of One of Us Is Lying and If I Stay.
When Chloe fell asleep in study hall, it was the middle of May. But when she wakes up, snow is on the ground, and she can't remember the last six months.
Before, she'd been a mediocre student.
Now, she's on track for valedictorian and being recruited by Ivy League schools.
Before, she never had a chance with sports star Blake.
Now he's her boyfriend.
Before, she and Maggie were inseparable.
Now her best friend won't speak to her.
What happened to her? Remembering the truth could be more dangerous than she'd ever imagined.
This book is perfect for:
•Readers of all ages who want thriller books in paperback
•Fans of Karen McManus and Natasha Preston
•Parents looking for mystery books for teens
Praise for Six Months Later:
YALSA Teens Top 10 nominee
"[A] smart, edgy thriller."—Kirkus
"Well paced and beautifully written…This romantic thriller will leave readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page."—School Library Journal
"An intense psychological mystery… has the feel of a high-stakes poker game in which every player has something to hide."—Publishers Weekly
Also by Natalie D. Richards:
•Five Total Strangers
•Gone Too Far
•My Secret to Tell
•One Was Lost
•We All Fall Down
•What You Hide
Richards debuts with an intense psychological mystery about a high school senior who cannot remember the previous six months of her life or reconcile who she was then with who she is now. What's changed? She has (somehow) aced her SATs and is on track to a top college, she has an inexplicable bruise on her head, and her best friend Maggie won't speak to her anymore. All told, Chloe is beginning to worry that she's going crazy. But the worst part is that Chloe is increasingly repulsed by her gorgeous former crush Blake who is apparently now her boyfriend and attracted to bad boy Adam. Whenever Chloe touches Adam, she has flashes of memory that lead her to confront her cagey therapist and investigate a fellow student's sudden move across the country. Richards constructs Chloe's fear, paranoia, and scheming with great care. Her novel has the feel of a high-stakes poker game in which every player has something to hide, and the cards are held until the very end. Ages 13 up.
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I love this book! It is so far amazing even though I have not yet finished. I love how it’s good girl/bad girl.
This book was great I finished it in one day!
I couldn't put it down it was full of you wondering what will happen at the end. Overall I would recommend it.