Ferocity Summer (Google eBook)

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Llewellyn Worldwide, May 1, 2012 - Conduct of life - 288 pages
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"Would you rather be dead and know it, or alive and not know it?"

Scilla Davis is haunted by a horrible accident that she was involved in last summer--a drunken, reckless joyride that ended in tragedy. With a big trial looming, life seems empty, unreal, and utterly hopeless. It's especially painful watching her best friend, Willow, slowly destroy herself with pills and booze. Yet Scilla can't seem to wrest Willow--or herself--from a path of self-destruction.

But there might be a possible escape from this nightmare. As a dangerous new drug called Ferocity sweeps the nation, an FBI agent asks Scilla to turn narc and help locate the Ferocity kingpin. In exchange, she could avoid conviction for her role in the accident. All she has to do is deceive and betray people she's known all her life . . .


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User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. I picked it up because I met Alissa at a panel at Chester County Book Company. A few pages in it had me hooked. Stories about teenagers who go off the rails are always ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

After I finished reading Alissa's first book, Popular, I was extremely looking forward to read her next one. Popular was an easy 5-star read for me. Ferocity Summer, however, was a debatable two-to ... Read full review

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A former children's librarian and newspaper editor, Alissa Grosso is the author of the young adult novels Popular and Ferocity Summer. She is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and currently works as a sales consultant for a book distributor. Grosso grew up in New Jersey, where she graduated from Lenape Valley Regional High School, and earned a bachelor's degree in English from Rutgers University. She now lives in the Philadelphia area.

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