New York Times bestselling author Lauren Myracle offers a spine-tingling, unforgettable story of friendship gone very, very wrong. Lauren Myracle brings her keen understanding of teen dynamics to a hypnotic horror story of twisted friendship. When Bliss’s hippie parents leave the commune and dump... show more
New York Times bestselling author Lauren Myracle offers a spine-tingling, unforgettable story of friendship gone very, very wrong. Lauren Myracle brings her keen understanding of teen dynamics to a hypnotic horror story of twisted friendship. When Bliss’s hippie parents leave the commune and dump her at the home of her aloof grandmother in a tony Atlanta neighborhood, it’s like being set down on an alien planet. The only guide naive Bliss has to her new environment is what she’s seen on The Andy Griffith Show. But Mayberry is poor preparation for Crestview Academy, an elite school where the tensions of the present and the dark secrets of the past threaten to simmer into violence. Openhearted Bliss desperately wants new friends, making her the perfect prey of a troubled girl whose obsession with a long-ago death puts Bliss, and anyone she’s kind to, in mortal danger. Lauren Myracle has taken the ubiquitous friendship novel to a new, dark place. F&P level: Z+
Publish date: September 1st 2008
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Pages no: 444
Edition language: English
It's so mature, so sophisticated, it doesn't even look like YA.
Bliss by Lauren Myracle Title: Bliss Author: Lauren Myracle Type: Young Adult Genre: Horror Tea: Swiss Vervaine Melange, has many components, but all are required for the overall effect Rating: 3.75 out of 5 *Warning! Here be spoilers!* What to say about this novel. Well first off I r...
In a world full of computers, mobile phones, and television it is absolutely refreshing to read something recent that takes place in the past. All the Andy Griffith quotes and information about Charles Manson didn’t tip me off. I wasn’t aware the book took place in the sixties until, while already q...
Yes my friends, the rumours are true. The ending of Bliss sucks.The book begins when in 1969 Bliss Inthemorningdew is sent to her grandma to live with her, because her hippie parents are going to Canada. Bliss is not used to "normal" life, and she is sometimes completely oblivious to things that are...
Wowww ... Well, it was kinda addicting. I liked it for the most part, except it got really weird at the end, and I didn't really understand what happened. Sandy was very ... umm ... interesting. Yeahhh. It was all very weird and creepy. I kind of expected it to lead up to some totally terrifying, sh...