Forget Me Not

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 2, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
4 Reviews
From the author of Take Me There, a fast-paced novel in verse about a girl caught between life and death—and the boy who will do anything to save her.

Ally is devastated when a scandalous photo of her is texted around school. With her reputation in shambles and her life essentially over, she hides out in a back hallway, trying to figure out where everything went wrong.

Elijah has spent time in that hallway too. He landed there after taking a whole bottle of sleeping pills. Now he can see ghosts, and he knows what Ally has yet to suspect—that she’s already half dead, and one choice away from never coming back.

Elijah has loved Ally for years and would do anything to save her from the in-between place. But if she’s going to live, Ally must face her inner demons and find the will to save herself.

Told in interwoven verse narratives, this crushingly honest and poetic “blend of fantasy and potent reality succeeds” (Kirkus Reviews).
 

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User Review  - TeamDewey - LibraryThing

If you liked I Heart You, You Haunt Me by Lisa Schroeder I think you will really enjoy this book. Ally's life is turned upside down when a naked photo of her is spread all around the school. After a ... Read full review

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User Review  - ChristianR - LibraryThing

Ally is a freshman in high school who finds herself sitting in an unused hall of her school. Slowly she learns that she's in the "dead" hall, where kids who died at school are doomed to stay forever ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
86
Section 2
198
Section 3
211
Section 4
297
Section 5
320
Section 6
353
Section 7
381
Section 8
385
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About the author (2012)

Carolee Dean is the author of Forget Me Not, Take Me There, and Comfort. She lives with her family in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she works with teenagers as a speech pathologist. Find out more at CaroleeDean.com.

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