Mary expected her 17th birthday to be a blowout to remember, courtesy of her best friends, fellow New York City prepsters Amy and Joon, and her doting boyfriend, Trick.Instead, Mary starts the day by waking up in a mortifying place with a massive, unexplainable hangover. Soon she discovers that... show more
Mary expected her 17th birthday to be a blowout to remember, courtesy of her best friends, fellow New York City prepsters Amy and Joon, and her doting boyfriend, Trick.Instead, Mary starts the day by waking up in a mortifying place with a massive, unexplainable hangover. Soon she discovers that nobody at school has remembered her birthday. As evening approaches, paranoia sets in. Mary can't shake the feeling that someone is out to get her—and she's right. Before the night is over, she's been killed in cold blood. But murder is only the beginning of Mary's ordeal. . . .
Publish date: July 13th 2010
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
Ethan Cross hätte es nicht besser schreiben können Seiten: 412 Genre: Jugendthriller Erster Satz: "Da war dieser Schmerz, noch vor allem anderen, diese wummernden, höllischen Trommelschläge in ihrem Kopf - genau die Sorte von Schmerz, die in einem den Wunsch weckt, sich irgendwo zu verkriechen un...
*Worum geht's?* Mary Shayne ist das hübscheste und beliebteste Mädchen auf ihrer Schule. Jeder liebt sie, jeder will sie, jeder vergöttert sie - oder etwa nicht? Ausgerechnet ihr siebzehnter Geburtstag, jener Tag, an dem alles perfekt sein sollte, wird zum absoluten Horrortrip. Ein grausames Ereigni...
This was the book that wouldn't end. Holy smokes.The blurb on the front flap said something very specific happened but it literally took half the book to get there. Ug.
Mary Shayne is one of the most popular girls at her school, but her seventeenth birthday is shaping up to be one of the worst days in her life. She wakes up, hung over and naked in a public place, and from then on things only get worse. By the end of the day she will be dead, and forced to see herse...
This is going to take some time as I parse out everything I want to say about this novel. (I have such a difficult time beginning reviews. They feel like analytical essays I am writing. Boo for essays.)Okay, let’s plunge into it. First, I enjoyed this novel. It had some very serious problems but wri...