Jul 252012
 

Hott Synopsis

Ignoring his mother’s calls reminding him that he is, once again, late for curfew, Mike races towards home. He slams on the brakes when suddenly he sees a pale and soaking wet girl right in his path. She barely flinched at the car careening towards her, introduced herself as Carol Anne and politely asked Mike for a ride home.

After dropping her off, Mike realizes that Carol Anne has left her shoes in a puddle on the floor of his car and turns around to return them.

But the woman at the door tells Mike that it’s impossible – Carol Anne’s been dead for fifty-five years. In disbelief, Mike continues to ignore his ringing cell, and sets off for the cemetery where the teens are buried only to find — fifty-four more pair of the shoes he’s holding in his hand and a group of teens that want to tell their stories.

Hott Review

I just couldn’t put it down! I’m not only buying myself a copy but I’m passing it out to all of the teen (and thrill-seeking) readers I know!

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Author: Candace Fleming
Grade: A
Ages: 12+
Steam: Nada

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