Poor Little Dead Girls by Lizzie Friend
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
For her first offering, I have to say author Lizzie Friend did a fabulous job. Giving characters with vibrant personalities, a great plot and perfectly timed twists, this was a story well written.
Sadie, the protagonist, earns a scholarship to Keating Hall, a prestige boarding school for the rich. She knows she'll be a sore thumb in the mix, but with great friends and two famous British royalties as roommates, she blends in very nicely. Of course in any prestige school, there is the stuck up you know what included(Thayer) who gives Sadie some grief on the lacrosse team (Thayer's the captain after all)and there's your great antagonist (she is a PITA). No worries though, Sadie gets herself a hunk of a beau (Jeremy) who among many great attributes is also humble, which now makes pavement towards a knight in shining armor.
Pulled into a sorority, one that dates back, this makes things all the more glamorous for Sadie, but with anything perfect, there always is a crack in the to good to be true pristine mirror. Something sneaky is going on behind the reflection and Sadie has to figure who's foe or who's just being folly before she finds herself floating in deep dark waters(literally).
Loved it! A must read!
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