The Turning Book 1: What Curiosity Kills
"What Curiosity Kills...cracks open the world of Upper East Side prep-schoolers and literally turns it wild, bringing together the best parts of Gossip Girl, Twilight, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer... funny, fierce, and full of surprises."
-Hannah Tinti, ALA Alex Award-winning auth or of The Good Thief
Nobody can know your secret.
I whisper, "What's so special about me all of a sudden?"
Nick says, "The Turning."
Mary feels different, but can't explain why. The fainting, the strange cravings...and worse, the things she's noticed about her body.
Mary doesn't know where to turn. If she tells her parents or her sister, she'll risk losing everything. She has no other family, no way of knowing if what she's going through is normal. Everyone she's ever known and loved could reject her...
"Helen Ellis is the kind of writer that makes the pages fly and the kind of friend readers will wish they had growing up."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SheilaRuth - LibraryThing
Different than I expected - more about the people than the cats - and not without flaws, but compulsively readable! I found myself standing in the kitchen at midnight reading it because I couldn't put it down. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - galleysmith - LibraryThing
The Turning was a very quick read — at just over 200 pages I whipped through this bad boy like a cat slurps down a bowl of milk. The simple, interesting plot does away with all the convoluted back ... Read full review
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