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Sophia Armitage is a decent girl from a good family. They have worked hard to end up on ‘the right side of the tracks’ in the central north island town of Hamilton in New Zealand.But things are never quite what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at her, life at the failing high school in the north of the city starts to horribly unravel. Finally pushed to Sophia Armitage is a decent girl from a good family. They have worked hard to end up on ‘the right side of the tracks’ in the central north island town of Hamilton in New Zealand.But things are never quite what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at her, life at the failing high school in the north of the city starts to horribly unravel. Finally pushed too far by a group of girls whose only purpose in life is to make her existence a misery, Sophia is forced to fight back, ending in disastrous consequences.To make matters worse she is befriended by Dane McArdle, the alpha male of their poisonous little group, unleashing a whole host of trouble onto Sophia’s head. Their families are so different and yet who gets to decide which side of the tracks is the right side and once you’ve landed on the wrong side, what will be the cost of crossing back over? Show


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Sophia Armitage is a decent girl from a good family. They have worked hard to end up on ‘the right side of the tracks’ in the central north island town of Hamilton in New Zealand.But things are never quite what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at her, life at the failing high school in the north of the city starts to horribly unravel. Finally pushed to Sophia Armitage is a decent girl from a good family. They have worked hard to end up on ‘the right side of the tracks’ in the central north island town of Hamilton in New Zealand.But things are never quite what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at her, life at the failing high school in the north of the city starts to horribly unravel. Finally pushed too far by a group of girls whose only purpose in life is to make her existence a misery, Sophia is forced to fight back, ending in disastrous consequences.To make matters worse she is befriended by Dane McArdle, the alpha male of their poisonous little group, unleashing a whole host of trouble onto Sophia’s head. Their families are so different and yet who gets to decide which side of the tracks is the right side and once you’ve landed on the wrong side, what will be the cost of crossing back over? Show

30 review for Free From the Tracks

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    I'm not going to give this a rating because I only skim-finished it. This was a case of: it's me, not the book. I just couldn't hack the story any longer at around 50%. This is not because of the writing. The writing is beautiful (though the book could do with another proofread for typos), K.T.Bowes clearly knows her craft. But I just couldn't bear the grimness any longer. There was just no happiness, no light at the end of the tunnel, no comic relief, no real hope despite the budding romance be I'm not going to give this a rating because I only skim-finished it. This was a case of: it's me, not the book. I just couldn't hack the story any longer at around 50%. This is not because of the writing. The writing is beautiful (though the book could do with another proofread for typos), K.T.Bowes clearly knows her craft. But I just couldn't bear the grimness any longer. There was just no happiness, no light at the end of the tunnel, no comic relief, no real hope despite the budding romance between the two main characters. Skimming told me it didn't really get lighter and I gave up. In a hopeless world I for one need hope in my books. The book is about bullying - the life threatening kind of bullying in a failing school that includes knives and shit, not 'just' the taunting and scarring you for life psychologically kind- and on that subject matter possibly the best I've read. The afterword tells you why: K.T.Bowes is writing what she knows there and it shines through. It is a GOOD book and if you are the kind of person who can hack reading 100% grainy and gritty you should download it. It's free.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amelia

    DNF @ 38% This book is a bit like A Kestrel for a Knave. It's fluently written, eloquently, even, barring the need for a touch more proofreading. The emotions are conveyed well. The heroine is so anxious, she made me anxious. But therein lies the problem. It's so bleak and depressing that it felt like a drag to read. The bullying is clearly out of control. Heading for a death or a hospital visit no doubt. It's torturous, watching it happen, unable to change it. And, honestly? I'm not looking to b DNF @ 38% This book is a bit like A Kestrel for a Knave. It's fluently written, eloquently, even, barring the need for a touch more proofreading. The emotions are conveyed well. The heroine is so anxious, she made me anxious. But therein lies the problem. It's so bleak and depressing that it felt like a drag to read. The bullying is clearly out of control. Heading for a death or a hospital visit no doubt. It's torturous, watching it happen, unable to change it. And, honestly? I'm not looking to be tortured in the few hours I get off work.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C.J. Rutherford

    An amazing coming of age story. First of all, let me say that this is not my normal genre, but as it was recommended by a friend, I gave it a go. I'm normally a scifi/fantasy reader, so a book full of teenage angst was a real departure. I have to say that I'm so glad I gave this wonderful book a chance. It was quite poignant to me, as I have a fifteen year old daughter. She goes to an all girls school, unlike the mixed one this is set in, but what she goes through on a daily basis is reflected in An amazing coming of age story. First of all, let me say that this is not my normal genre, but as it was recommended by a friend, I gave it a go. I'm normally a scifi/fantasy reader, so a book full of teenage angst was a real departure. I have to say that I'm so glad I gave this wonderful book a chance. It was quite poignant to me, as I have a fifteen year old daughter. She goes to an all girls school, unlike the mixed one this is set in, but what she goes through on a daily basis is reflected in what Sophia, the protagonist in this book goes through. It's quite horrific, really, but very, very well done. It's clear the author has gone through this herself. But what starts as a dark descent into bullying, develops into a lovely young adult, coming of age romance. This book may be only 120 pages, but I read it in two sitting, which is unusual as I read very slowly. I just cared about the characters so much that I needed to see what happened next. This is book one of the series. I can't wait to read the others.

  4. 4 out of 5

    K.T.

    I can't really remember what inspired me to write this novel, but I suddenly found myself in a teen genre. Once I was there, the storyline and the characters just unravelled in front of me, sometimes faster than I could capture them. I hope that I have successfully drawn the kind of school environment, that many of us somehow survived and perhaps I have managed to offer hope that it doesn't always stay that way. A single friendship or change of circumstances, can make it irrevocably different ov I can't really remember what inspired me to write this novel, but I suddenly found myself in a teen genre. Once I was there, the storyline and the characters just unravelled in front of me, sometimes faster than I could capture them. I hope that I have successfully drawn the kind of school environment, that many of us somehow survived and perhaps I have managed to offer hope that it doesn't always stay that way. A single friendship or change of circumstances, can make it irrevocably different overnight. I had my daughters 'teenify' the book, conscious of not wanting to be a middle ager writing as a teen and it passed muster with some changes. For the cover, I had fun standing on the railway lines in town, dodging the freight traffic and attracting lots of unwanted attention. It was my intention only to write one story of this kind, but under extreme duress from my daughter (who wants another episode) I have begun a second. We shall see how it goes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Huxtable

    Short but strong Although this read was a short one, it felt to be such a strong one too. It felt full of emotion and I found I felt quite strongly about the main characters and their bullies

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dee/ bookworm

    Free From the Tracks by K.T. Bowes was a good read, but the end was a bit open ended, unless there is a companion novel then the ending would make less sense. I felt like some of the novel could have been written better, some of it wasn't explained. Free From the Tracks by K.T. Bowes was a good read, but the end was a bit open ended, unless there is a companion novel then the ending would make less sense. I felt like some of the novel could have been written better, some of it wasn't explained.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Louise Fligman

    Just did not really take off for me I liked the sound of this book and, as it was free, I thought I would give it a go. Unfortunately, not a huge amount happened in this novel. There was virtually no character development and limited explanation as to the familial circumstances of Sophia and Dane. What annoyed me as much as anything else was why Dane did not help Sophia in her hour of need. I understand that Sophia was being bullied and that sometimes there is no reason why a particular person is Just did not really take off for me I liked the sound of this book and, as it was free, I thought I would give it a go. Unfortunately, not a huge amount happened in this novel. There was virtually no character development and limited explanation as to the familial circumstances of Sophia and Dane. What annoyed me as much as anything else was why Dane did not help Sophia in her hour of need. I understand that Sophia was being bullied and that sometimes there is no reason why a particular person is picked on. Nevertheless, I feel that what was lacking was insight into the bullies' lives, such as Sandra's and Louise's; perhaps there is a reason why they bullied Sophia but I guess I'll never know, not from this opening book anyway. I have read a trilogy about bullying, its effects on both the bully and victim as well as life on the 'wrong side of the tracks' - as is the theme in Free From the Tracks - and that opening book was far better than this was. The trilogy I am referring to is the Saving Bailey Trilogy by Nikki Roman (1 - The Bullet list; 2 - Indigo, and 3 - Illumine). Since I thoroughly enjoyed that series so much, I found that I was constantly comparing The Bullet List to Free From the Tracks with the latter quickly losing points to the former. I feel that I cannot recommend this novel to those looking for a book about the struggles of teen life and therefore I will not be continuing this series. If you are searching for a novel or novels about such a theme, I would not hesitate to recommend the Saving Bailey trilogy by Nikki Roman; however, this is not a series for the faint-hearted as it is extremely deep in terms of emotions.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sammy

    I really loved the book. The characters were real and everything wasn’t romanticized. It wasn’t like those basic stories where the girl meets the bad boy and they instantly fall for each other and he fixes all of her problems and bam! everything’s better. No this book showed their struggles, it showed that in life their isn’t always hope, life doesn’t always happen as you wish it would. Whether your on the “right” side or the “wrong” side of the tracks, each can have demons that they struggle to I really loved the book. The characters were real and everything wasn’t romanticized. It wasn’t like those basic stories where the girl meets the bad boy and they instantly fall for each other and he fixes all of her problems and bam! everything’s better. No this book showed their struggles, it showed that in life their isn’t always hope, life doesn’t always happen as you wish it would. Whether your on the “right” side or the “wrong” side of the tracks, each can have demons that they struggle to fight through. And if you really think about it is there really a right or wrong side of the tracks? This book wasn’t filled with love and hope and happiness but that’s what made it good, it showed that life isn’t always sunshine and roses. At times of struggles you may get bits and pieces of happiness but it doesn’t always last but it can leave a good impression on you it can make you have one thing to smile about through your horrible day. You think of that small act of kindness someone showed you that may seem insignificant to others but meant a whole lot to you.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karla Pennington

    Bullying Sophia was dealing with the loss of her mother and though still in the home, her mentally and emotionally absent father. With her brother gone off to colleges felt isolated and alone. She had been abandoned by all those she loved. School seemed to be where she was able to put those worries to rest until the bullying started. After being beaten up by Sandra while her best friend watched she was continuously looking over her shoulder doing her best to ignore the remarks of the bullies. The Bullying Sophia was dealing with the loss of her mother and though still in the home, her mentally and emotionally absent father. With her brother gone off to colleges felt isolated and alone. She had been abandoned by all those she loved. School seemed to be where she was able to put those worries to rest until the bullying started. After being beaten up by Sandra while her best friend watched she was continuously looking over her shoulder doing her best to ignore the remarks of the bullies. Then Dane entered the picture and she felt she was doomed. Bullying almost cost her her life and chance at happiness. The author brings the facts out about bullying and the cost to the victim by remaining silent for too long and denying the bully the help she so desperately needed. The school administration would not address the act of bullying and let it go on without dealing with it. Unfortunately it continues today more violent than it ever has. The author needs to continue writing about bullying with a new twist of a positive outcome for both the bullies and the victims.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    The premise isn't bad. The execution is. Examples? Sure: We know Sohpia's mom has left, so why is she worried her mom will see her from the lounge window when Dane drops her off? What does this even mean- "... Sandra seemed relished in the aplomb" Sophia's mom is British, we are never told if her dad is. I presumed he was a Kiwi... but, Sophia imagines traveling to be with her paternal grandparents in England. Screw up or was dad Brit too? (view spoiler)[ Sophia loses 9 pints of blood!! Pretty sure s The premise isn't bad. The execution is. Examples? Sure: We know Sohpia's mom has left, so why is she worried her mom will see her from the lounge window when Dane drops her off? What does this even mean- "... Sandra seemed relished in the aplomb" Sophia's mom is British, we are never told if her dad is. I presumed he was a Kiwi... but, Sophia imagines traveling to be with her paternal grandparents in England. Screw up or was dad Brit too? (view spoiler)[ Sophia loses 9 pints of blood!! Pretty sure she'd be dead since the human body typically only has about 10 pints in it. A 30 second Google search could have fixed what should have been a dramatic "oh my gawd, she's in dire straits" moment from being an "oh COME ON thats not possible" one. (hide spoiler)] Will I read the next one in the series? Maybe. This was a super fast read, and the premise wasn't terrible. If the second is free Kindle, I'll probably give it a go when I need a quick and mindless read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bette

    Young adult fiction. Set in New Zealand this story deals with issues of abuse and school bullying. Many teenagers would identify with the woes of high school I imagine, I was surpised by how a school system could be unaware and unprepared to deal with class bullies and the conspiracy and complicity of silence that those being bullied would maintain. 146

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jim B.

    Wow, what a revelation to someone who grew up in a safe middle class environment. A powerful story, the start of a series that I plan to read to its completion. This is a well written book as are all of K.T. Bowes’ books. I recommend this series to all readers.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Stump

    Different I can say I actually loved this book. Wasn't what I expected. I loved the characters and drama in the story. The challenges that they both face are crazy hope to read more of them together. Different I can say I actually loved this book. Wasn't what I expected. I loved the characters and drama in the story. The challenges that they both face are crazy hope to read more of them together.

  14. 5 out of 5

    john r shell

    Great Read I would not of expected to have found such a well written and outstanding book now adays. Very clean, no foul language.

  15. 4 out of 5

    madeline bryson

    LOVED it I would recommend this book. I literally had to read it all in one sitting. Loved it. Disappointed when it ended

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shelly Lee

    No Tracks Free from the tracks. Is a eye can opener for many people. There is little mystery , new Love, lost live and dreams. Your will not want to put this book down. Must read!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne O'connell

    Really good story, So true to what bullies are like, picking on otherz. Families need to stick together in times of troubles... Really emjoyed

  18. 4 out of 5

    Phoenix Black

    Portrays Bullying Properly This book portrays bullying amongst teens quite effectively. It also portrays kids in a different light then how there are seen in school.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    This is a well written story set in New Zealand, which was quite refreshing. The story, I felt, was quite sad and at times depressing, focusing on two high school teens Dane and Sophia, and their personal troubles, family issues, school bullying, domestic violence and coming of age. There was a blossoming romance between the two main characters which was nice and I can see it leading somewhere in further books in this series. I thought the story was quite realistic in its setting and characters This is a well written story set in New Zealand, which was quite refreshing. The story, I felt, was quite sad and at times depressing, focusing on two high school teens Dane and Sophia, and their personal troubles, family issues, school bullying, domestic violence and coming of age. There was a blossoming romance between the two main characters which was nice and I can see it leading somewhere in further books in this series. I thought the story was quite realistic in its setting and characters as well as the underlying themes and I’m sure everyone would be able to relate to something in this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    J.C. Andrijeski

    I loved this story, and just more generally, I'm finding that I am really growing to love this author's voice and the themes she tackles in her books. I also love the feel of New Zealand she captures, where many of her books are set, and just the depth of her characters overall. This particular story is about Sophia, who attends a high school in New Zealand where bullying is rampant, and mixed with out-and-out assault with weapons and the terrorizing of targeted students by the most dangerous of I loved this story, and just more generally, I'm finding that I am really growing to love this author's voice and the themes she tackles in her books. I also love the feel of New Zealand she captures, where many of her books are set, and just the depth of her characters overall. This particular story is about Sophia, who attends a high school in New Zealand where bullying is rampant, and mixed with out-and-out assault with weapons and the terrorizing of targeted students by the most dangerous of the "popular" mean girl gangs. The whole bullying dynamic is further complicated by some pretty big class divisions between the different students, and a lot of students seeming to have pretty serious problems at home. Sophia manages to stay under the radar for the most part though, until she meets another troubled student and talented artist, Dane McArdle. While Sophia likes Dane pretty much immediately, befriending him comes with its own set of complications and problems, including the fact that he's the most popular and sought-after boy among the group of bullies who are already tormenting her. The book then just pulls you into these characters' lives: into complex emotions between the two of them, genuine friendship as they try to help one another, Dane's own family problems including an abusive stepparent, and deeper issues around Sophia's family and her father's reaction to her mother leaving. KT Bowes' stories work so well because the people in them really feel real. Once you start reading one of her books it's more about being a part of their lives until the story is resolved, rather than reading about a character in a book. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Bratley

    Sohpia and Dane find each other, love and life. Sophia had a hard time with social interactions. She did well in school academically, but socially she was a wreck. Written for young adults, they will easily be able to relate. Her saving grace is meeting a young boy named Dane. Dane, due to Sophia's introversion, has to make the first move. Of course being in the awkward stage they are, neither one handles the encounter as well as they'd like. So the uncertainties bubble to the surface and they lea Sohpia and Dane find each other, love and life. Sophia had a hard time with social interactions. She did well in school academically, but socially she was a wreck. Written for young adults, they will easily be able to relate. Her saving grace is meeting a young boy named Dane. Dane, due to Sophia's introversion, has to make the first move. Of course being in the awkward stage they are, neither one handles the encounter as well as they'd like. So the uncertainties bubble to the surface and they learn how to deal with them in the normal raw and uncensored way we all do. Their feelings are exposed and met with disdain from some and encouragement from others. How they weave their way to a secure place, is wonderful. Kate has a way of bringing you into their world, feeling their emotions, and living their lives before you even realize you're there. You feel their sorrows, pains and joys and you love every minute of the journey. This book is one of a series and you can be sure, they will all be read once the first one is opened. The everyday lives of some are what we may be far removed from, so reading a story that's told so real and simply, gives a depth to your soul that wasn't there before. This story will leave a mark of growth on your soul, and march you to the enlightenment of love and compassion beyond what your normal life may give. These books should be given to all youth. Their impact would be strong and good as well as entertaining.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Really enjoyed this book. When I first started it (the first 2 or three pages) I didn't think I would like it but I stuck with it and ended up loving it. Very well written. Really enjoyed this book. When I first started it (the first 2 or three pages) I didn't think I would like it but I stuck with it and ended up loving it. Very well written.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Spencer

    Free from the Tracks is a modern-day story, set in New Zealand. Sophia, the main character, is from a comfortable background, but has become a very unhappy teenager following the disappearance of her mum. Her father, Edgar, respectable but relatively useless as regards his daughter’s well being seems incapable of helping her. At school Sophia becomes involved with an art student, Dane, which arouses the jealousy of some of the more violent girls. Gradually, she finds herself falling in love with Free from the Tracks is a modern-day story, set in New Zealand. Sophia, the main character, is from a comfortable background, but has become a very unhappy teenager following the disappearance of her mum. Her father, Edgar, respectable but relatively useless as regards his daughter’s well being seems incapable of helping her. At school Sophia becomes involved with an art student, Dane, which arouses the jealousy of some of the more violent girls. Gradually, she finds herself falling in love with him. From a completely different background, with an abusive step-father and a drunken mother, Dane has shouldered the responsibility for his young brother and sister and I found him both a well-drawn and sympathetic character. If you judge this novella on the basis of its story, it is most likable. There are a number of uneven and implausible threads in the plot, although these don’t really affect your enjoyment. Unfortunately, the writing style does impinge on total pleasure. Opening with an unnecessarily detailed scene, this is followed by pages of narration; fine in adult literature but not young adult literature who would find it very dull. 3*

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jodia Johnson

    It's a tiring effort when dealing with bullies and teenage life. Sophia did it everyday of her high school years. Having a crush on Dane didn't make it any easier. This book will make some relive their school days and have that mental walk down memory lane. For others, it will make them feel sorry for the ones who went through those painful years while reading a "this-stuff-cannot-be-made-up-story" line. Loved it! It's a tiring effort when dealing with bullies and teenage life. Sophia did it everyday of her high school years. Having a crush on Dane didn't make it any easier. This book will make some relive their school days and have that mental walk down memory lane. For others, it will make them feel sorry for the ones who went through those painful years while reading a "this-stuff-cannot-be-made-up-story" line. Loved it!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Demelza Carlton

    Teen fiction at its finest - and suitable for adults, too. What I love about Sophia is that she's ordinary. She's not a particular stereotype - she's simply an ordinary teenager who's easy to relate to. She tries to stay out of trouble as she's finding out who she is and exploring her feelings for her friends and Dane, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Of course, trouble finds her as life isn't perfect. I'd liken her to Bella Swan in the Twilight books, because she's so generic - but fo Teen fiction at its finest - and suitable for adults, too. What I love about Sophia is that she's ordinary. She's not a particular stereotype - she's simply an ordinary teenager who's easy to relate to. She tries to stay out of trouble as she's finding out who she is and exploring her feelings for her friends and Dane, the boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Of course, trouble finds her as life isn't perfect. I'd liken her to Bella Swan in the Twilight books, because she's so generic - but fortunately for Sophia, she doesn't become the obsession of a moody vampire. Dane does come with plenty of baggage, though, as we begin to find out. A story about how love transcends boundaries - and that life won't stand still, because it's not perfect, but that sometimes the worst things in life bring out the best in people.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Christoph Fischer

    "Free From the Tracks" by K.T Bowes is a book about the troubles romance between Sophie and Dane. It appears that Dane is popular with the girls and Sophie is surprised when he asks her out. He seems part of a bad crowd and her home life is also going through some challenging times. The good family she comes from has its troubles, and gradually the lines blurr and her values fall apart. The jealous girls around Dane start threatening Sophie and she needs to consider what the best course of actio "Free From the Tracks" by K.T Bowes is a book about the troubles romance between Sophie and Dane. It appears that Dane is popular with the girls and Sophie is surprised when he asks her out. He seems part of a bad crowd and her home life is also going through some challenging times. The good family she comes from has its troubles, and gradually the lines blurr and her values fall apart. The jealous girls around Dane start threatening Sophie and she needs to consider what the best course of action for herself is. The romance part is written very well, in fact, the narrative is very intimate and convincing in all parts and engages the reader with Sophie and her insecurities, worries and decisions to make. This is a dark young adult drama with interesting characters and great suspense and a well chosen perspective. Highly recommended.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kayti Raet

    Free from the Tracks by K. T. Bowes is the first in an engaging series centered around the lives of troubled young adults living in New Zealand. Sophia's mother has been missing for a month but she doesn't want anyone to know that, especially not her so-called "friends" at school (who only hang together to protect themselves from the pack of mean girls that prowl the hall). But just as she's hiding a painful secret, so is her crush Dane, and it's only when a chance encounter brings them together t Free from the Tracks by K. T. Bowes is the first in an engaging series centered around the lives of troubled young adults living in New Zealand. Sophia's mother has been missing for a month but she doesn't want anyone to know that, especially not her so-called "friends" at school (who only hang together to protect themselves from the pack of mean girls that prowl the hall). But just as she's hiding a painful secret, so is her crush Dane, and it's only when a chance encounter brings them together that they realize that even though they may be from different sides of the tracks they have a lot in common. A fast paced novel Free From the Tracks keeps your attention from start to finish. It's a great for fans of contemporary YA who are looking for their next fix. Check out the complete video review here! http://youtu.be/rXx0lUrPFl4

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jada Ryker

    Young Adult Story Set in New Zealand Stuck in a "troubled school," Sophia realizes she's been kidding herself. It's not normal or acceptable to feel like a hunted animal for six hours everyday. Dane is from "the other side of the tracks". He's handsome, interested in Sophia…and part of a group of bullies. Can the two teens overcome their own challenges and find something special with one another on the wrong side of the tracks? Talented K. T. Bowes once again demonstrates her versatility as a writer Young Adult Story Set in New Zealand Stuck in a "troubled school," Sophia realizes she's been kidding herself. It's not normal or acceptable to feel like a hunted animal for six hours everyday. Dane is from "the other side of the tracks". He's handsome, interested in Sophia…and part of a group of bullies. Can the two teens overcome their own challenges and find something special with one another on the wrong side of the tracks? Talented K. T. Bowes once again demonstrates her versatility as a writer with Free from the Tracks, the first in her new Teen Mayhem series. She captures their trials as she develops their characters.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    I'm sorry, maybe it's just me, but I didn't really like this book/story. it did start out interesting, but then in my opinion seemed to drag, leading me to skip around a little. Maybe I'll try it again someday. I'm sorry, maybe it's just me, but I didn't really like this book/story. it did start out interesting, but then in my opinion seemed to drag, leading me to skip around a little. Maybe I'll try it again someday.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Williams

    I found it very slow and hard to get into. I stopped reading at about 28%. it just drags. some may enjoy it, however I just could not get into it.

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