Pretty Girl Thirteen

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HarperCollins Publishers, Feb 28, 2013 - Fiction - 352 pages
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A gripping, suspenseful debut that will haunt you long after you have turned the final page...

Angie Chapman is only 13 when she gets lost in the woods in the middle of the night.

The next thing she knows she’s returned home, scars around her wrists and ankles, physically exhausted. Her parents collapse into tears when they see her, but Angie doesn’t understand – until they tell her she has been missing, presumed dead, for three years.

Angie doesn’t remember anything from her missing years. But there are people who do – people who could tell Angie every terrifying detail, if only they weren’t locked inside her mind.

With help, Angie begins to unravel the darkest secrets of her own past.

But does she really want to know the truth?

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User Review  - olegalCA - LibraryThing

Really great first novel! The subject matter is dark and disturbing but the author created a strong character who is both believable and vulnerable. The ending was a bit convenient and lacked the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Stormydawnc - LibraryThing

Fun fact: I am afraid of flying, which is what I was doing when I read Pretty Girl-13. I’m not so much afraid of the plane crashing–I’m more afraid of the fact that planes are small and I get ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Liz Coley writes young adult novels and science fiction/fantasy short stories for anthologies and magazines.

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