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Feathered - Laura Kasischke
Feathered
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Afterward, Terri will tell everyone that, from the beginning, she knew something terrible was going to happen on spring break. Something bad was going to happen. She knew. It was supposed to be the perfect vacation: hot guys, impeccable tans, and no parents. But for two high school seniors,... show more
Afterward, Terri will tell everyone that, from the beginning, she knew something terrible was going to happen on spring break. Something bad was going to happen. She knew. It was supposed to be the perfect vacation: hot guys, impeccable tans, and no parents. But for two high school seniors, an innocent car ride will drive them into the heart of their worst nightmare. Feathered is a provocative and eerie tale that flies readers from safe, predictable suburbia to the sun-kissed beaches of CancĂșn, Mexico, and into mysterious Mayan ruins, where ancient myths flirt dangerously with present realities.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780060813178 (0060813172)
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
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nobody here but us chickens
nobody here but us chickens rated it
1.0
This book was 100% not what I expected, and I don't mean that in a good way. When I read the summary I thought there was going to be some really great supernatural stuff going on, but then it was just some stupid girls going on spring break. Seriously, they got in a car with a strange old man (who t...
more focus, miss mori
more focus, miss mori rated it
2.0 Feathered
Although it wasn't all that exciting or well-written, the premise of this novella was unique and intriguing and could have been much better if there were a theme or a message, instead of a series of random cautionary-tale threads.
popsiclesinbed
popsiclesinbed rated it
It went on and on and then was just over. I was expecting magic (the book references the Mayans, after all) and there was none. A disappointment.
Allusion is not Illusion
Allusion is not Illusion rated it
2.0
Three Midwestern girls go on a spring break trip to Cancun. Predictably, bad things happen to them. And despite the bit on the cover about "mysterious Mayan ruins, where ancient myths flirt dangerously with present realities," the bad things have nothing to do with time travel, human sacrifice, or Q...
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