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Simon and Schuster, Aug 21, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 323 pages
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A field hockey star grapples with addiction in this riveting debut that will appeal to fans of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak.

Stay out of trouble for one more year, and Katie Martin can leave her small town loneliness behind forever. She is a field hockey star on the fast track to a college scholarship, but her relationship with alcohol has always been a little questionable. Then trouble finds her. Alec is the most popular guy in school, and also the biggest bully—with his sights set firmly on Katie. When Alec turns on the charm, Katie thinks she must have been wrong about him.
     Except that she wasn’t. On a rain-soaked, alcohol-drenched night, one impulsive decision leaves Katie indebted to Alec in the worst possible way. This debut novel is a fast-paced and compelling story of addiction, heartbreak, and redemption.

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Smashed is a gritty and hard hitting book. I connected with Katie and it was hard to watch her spiral down and lose so much and be in so much pain. I could predict what would happen, just not how she ... Read full review

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Katie Martin is on track to get a field hockey scholarship that will be her only chance to go to college. She’s hard working and has some good friends but all is not right in Katie’s world. Her father ... Read full review

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Lisa Luedeke is a debut novelist. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and daughter. Visit her at