Better Than Yesterday

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Delacorte Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 220 pages
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At the elite Hilliard Preparatory School, the competition is fierce, the gossip is worse, and Blake Dorsey has just arrived back on campus after an unexplained two-year absence.

Skylar Banks has a hunch Blake's in trouble. Skylar's the most likely candidate for valedictorian, but she's no stranger to tricky situations herself. She's got a reputation for taking her relationships straight from JV to varsity, and that rep is about to catch up with her.

Charley Morton doesn't have time for Blake's problems—not if he plans to get into Harvard like his parents expect, or to win over his dream girl (a.k.a. Skylar). But then Blake takes off for New York City, and Charley, Skylar, and her roommate, Marissa, have no choice but to risk their perfect transcripts to find him. It's a journey that will change the way they see each other— and themselves—forever.


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I knew this book would suck and I read it anyway. Guilty as charged. Some part of me held out a thin wisp of hope that it would eventually get better, but of course it didn't. Another part of me wants ... Read full review

Contents

OF Mice and Mensa Members
23
Raindrops Are Falling on Mg Prank
44
To Hell in a Handbag
56
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Robyn Schneider grew up in Orange County, California, and is a student at Barnard College of Columbia University. She began writing Better than
Yesterday, her debut novel, when she was in high school.


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