Amandine

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Hyperion Book CH, May 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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From the first moment of their meeting, Delia Blaine is fascinated by Amandine, who never fails to astonish with her bold, thrilling antics. As the games Amandine invents and the lies she tells become cruel and disturbing, Delia begins to fear her new friend. But breaking away from Amandine comes at a cost much greater than Delia ever could have imagined.

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Boring plot, ho-hum characters. - Goodreads
I like her writing style and characterization. - Goodreads
However the ending is unsatisfying and feels rushed. - Goodreads
... easy to read yet very strange novel - Goodreads
The language and diction is clever along with the plot. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Alice - Goodreads

Ordinary, overweight and lonely Delia meets Amandine on the last day of her first week at her new high school. Amandine is an artist, actress and ballerina She's exciting, extraordinary and bold ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shanda - Goodreads

Really creepy dark story. Quick read. Brought me straight back to those gut-wrenching days in High school/Jr. high when you just want a friend to rely on. I kind of wanted a more dramatic ending but ... Read full review

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ADELE GRIFFIN is the critically acclaimed author of numerous young adult novels, including My Almost Epic Summer, The Other Shepards, and National Book Award Finalists Where I Want to Be and Sons of Liberty. She lives in New York City.

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