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Dead Girls Don't Write Letters - Gail Giles
Dead Girls Don't Write Letters
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Things had been getting a little better until I got a letter from my dead sister. That more or less ruined my day. When Sunny's older sister, Jazz, ran away to New York, Sunny was secretly relieved. Everyone loved Jazz, talked about Jazz, wished they were friends with Jazz. Jazz was perfect and... show more
Things had been getting a little better until I got a letter from my dead sister. That more or less ruined my day. When Sunny's older sister, Jazz, ran away to New York, Sunny was secretly relieved. Everyone loved Jazz, talked about Jazz, wished they were friends with Jazz. Jazz was perfect and Sunny was...well, not Jazz. Then Jazz's apartment building burns to the ground and she is presumed dead. Sunny's family, already broken by divorce, unravels. Dad's drinking skyrockets, and Mom's depression hits an all-time nonfunctioning low. Sunny is left to cope. Then they get a letter from Jazz saying she is coming home. But how? Jazz is dead, right?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780689866241 (0689866240)
ASIN: 689866240
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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liblb
liblb rated it
3.5 Dead Girls Don't Write Letters, Gail Giles
The mystery starts when Sunny gets a letter in the mail from her older sister, Jazz... her sister who was presumed dead when her apartment building burned down months ago. Sunny's family has had a difficult time since Jazz's death-- her father is drinking more and her mother can barely get out of be...
TsalagiWriter
TsalagiWriter rated it
Sunn's sister is dead. The apartment she lived in caught on fired and burned to the ground. No one had heard from her sister, Jazz, and so she was presumed dead. Things haven't been good for the Reynolds family since Jazz's death. Their father is drinking way than ever and their mother had a breakdo...
Sesana
Sesana rated it
Sunny's sister Jazz died in February. You can imagine her shock when she gets a letter from Jazz in the mail in May. You can also imagine her shock when Jazz shows up and isn't the sister Sunny remembers.I love Gail Giles, so it is kind of surprising that I never read this, one of her earliest books...
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