The Implosion of Aggie Winchester

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Penguin, Aug 4, 2011 - Young Adult Fiction - 288 pages
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Sixteen-year-old Aggie Winchester couldn't care less about who's elected prom queen-even if it's her pregnant Goth-girl best friend, Sylvia Ness. Aggie's got bigger things to worry about, like whether or not her ex-boyfriend wants to get back together and whether her mom will survive cancer.

But like it or not, Aggie soon finds herself in the middle of an unfolding prom scandal, largely because her mom, who is the school's principal, is rumored to have burned prom ballots so Sylvia won't be elected queen. Aggie's own investigation makes her wonder if the election could be dirty on both sides.
 

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User Review  - thehidingspot - LibraryThing

The Implosion of Aggie Winchester proved to be a relatively quick read that managed to tackle multiple issues simultaneously, including teen pregnancy, the acceptance of the "goth" culture, the ... Read full review

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User Review  - BrittDonohueWhite - LibraryThing

Disappointing book that starts out promising. Aggie has gone "goth" in order to keep herself safe from friends who have turned on her. She gets bootie calls from her irresistible ex-boyfriend and her ... Read full review

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55 A
46 A M
45 P M
39 P M
48 A M
12 P M
00 P M
42 A M
49 A M
05 P M
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Lara Zielin, author of the critically acclaimed Donut Days, a Texas Lone Star Reading List Pick, lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

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