Run and Shock

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Simon Pulse, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 416 pages
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#3: RUN


Sam is gone. No, not just gone. Someone's taken him. Kidnapped him to get to me. And i have only three hours to find him, or Sam is going to die. All because of me.

It all began in a funky brownstone on Perry Street where Gaia Moore lived with her foster family. But Gaia's little Village was brimming with people hell-bent on her own destruction, and her efforts to stay safe took her from parkside chess tournaments to greasy spoons, from the posh Upper East Side to scuzzy college dorm rooms. Along the way she managed to pick up a skate rat, a beauty queen, a hottie reformed school nerd, a recovered punk-rocker, and even a Soviet junior detective. None of whom turned out to be what he or she originally seemed....

Now, in one volume, keep pace with Gaia's latest adventures and revisit the origins of her unique story!


#27: SHOCK


When Sam disappeared, I thought the pain would kill me. Now that he's back, I'm thinking I had it wrong. The pain's not going to kill me. He is.

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Contents

Section 1
19
Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2003)

Francine Pascal grew up in New York City and attended New York University. She is the author of the Sweet Valley High series, featuring twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield. She had originally planned the idea for a daytime soap for teens, but a close friend talked her into making the idea into a book series instead. Pascal has also written "Hangin' Out with Cici, which became an ABC After School Special called "My Mother Was Never a Kid", "The Hand-Me-Down Kid," also made into an ABC After School Special, "My First Love and Other Disasters," and "Love and Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." She has also worked on a musical and several adult books, and is the executive director for the Sweet Valley High TV show.

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