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E. E. Cooper
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Vanished

E. E. Cooper


9780062293886

Katherine Tegen Books


Horror » Thriller Horror;
Horror » Contemporary Horror;
Young Adult » Young Adult Horror


Paperback

336 pages

$21.95
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Gone Girl meets Pretty Little Liars in the first book of this fast-paced psychological thriller series full of delicious twists and turns.Friendship. Obsession. Deception. Love.Kalah knows better than to fall for Beth Taylor... but that doesn't stop her from falling hard and falling fast, heart first into a sea of complications. Then Beth vanishes. She skips town on her eighteenth birthday, leaving behind a flurry of rumors and a string of broken hearts. Not even Beth's best friend, Britney, knows where she went. Beth didn't even tell Kalah good-bye.One of the rumors links Beth to Britney's boyfriend, and Kalah doesn't want to believe the betrayal. But Brit clearly believes it and before Kalah can sort out the truth, Britney is dead. When Beth finally reaches out to Kalah in the wake of Brit's suicide, Kalah wants to trust what Beth tells her. But she's swiftly realizing that nothing here is as it seems. Kalah's caught in the middle of a deadly psychological game, and only she can untangle the deceptions and lies to reveal the unthinkable truth.

By:   E. E. Cooper
Imprint:   Katherine Tegen Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 135mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   295g
ISBN:   9780062293886
ISBN 10:   0062293885
Series:   Vanished
Pages:   336
Publication Date:   August 2019
Recommended Age:   From 14 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active


This novel tackles themes of friendship, deception, obsession, and love. With early hints of John Green s Paper Towns that slowly morph into Gillian Flynn s Gone Girl, this work is recommended for dedicated readers of realistic fiction. --School Library Journal

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