Evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. That’s what Katelyn discovers on the day she dies. One minute she’s a depressed teen with a loser life. The next, she’s lying on a stainless steel slab, eyes glassy, skin frosted over, and very, very dead. Was it: suicide? Murder? Who's to blame?
Twins Hayley and Taylor Ryan stumble upon the truth, which is far more disturbing than they could have ever imagined ... and which sheds light on another secret, a hidden past even they don’t know about.
Inspired by a ripped-from-the-headlines true crime about cyberbullying, Envy is the gritty first volume in a new bone-chilling series that takes you to the edge - and pushes you right over.
©2011 Gregg Olsen (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Outdated references, irritating, choppy dialogue, and improbable plot points.
Probably not. He wrote from the perspective of a teenage girl, making everyone look stupid, vain and self centered. Also, he tried to describe fashion and tastes which came off outdated and not what a teenager would wear.
Her teenagers sounded all the same, nasal valley girls.
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