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Dead Girl Walking (Dead Girl Series #1)
     

Dead Girl Walking (Dead Girl Series #1)

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by Linda Joy Singleton
 

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An American Library Association 2009 Popular Paperback for Young Adults title

"DEAD GIRL WALKING is a great teen read: suspenseful, fast-paced, and loads of fun!"
--K.A. Applegate, author of the ANIMORPHS series

I am so dead...
Now, was I supposed to go left or right at the Light?

Seventeen

Overview

An American Library Association 2009 Popular Paperback for Young Adults title

"DEAD GIRL WALKING is a great teen read: suspenseful, fast-paced, and loads of fun!"
--K.A. Applegate, author of the ANIMORPHS series

I am so dead...
Now, was I supposed to go left or right at the Light?

Seventeen-year-old Amber Borden has a lousy sense of direction—so lousy that she takes a wrong turn when returning from her near-death experience. She ends up in the body of the most popular girl in school, who has just tried to commit suicide.
Can a girl who can't even navigate the halls of Halsey High discover the secrets of her new identity and find her way back to her own life?

From the author of THE SEER Series.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738722085
Publisher:
North Star Editions
Publication date:
09/08/2010
Series:
Dead Girl Series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
312
Sales rank:
1,265,254
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

With plots involving twins, cheerleaders, ghosts, psychics and clones, Linda Joy Singleton has published over 25 midgrade and YA books.

When she's not writing, she enjoys life in the country with a barnyard of animals including horses, cats, dogs and pigs. She especially loves to hear from readers and speaking at schools and libraries. She collects vintage series books like Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden and Judy Bolton.

When Linda is asked why she'd rather write for kids than adults, she says, "I love seeing the world through the heart of a child, where magic is real and every day begins a new adventure. I hope to inspire them to reach for their dreams. Writing for kids is a gift, a responsibility, and an honor."

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Dead Girl Walking 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 79 reviews.
Verla_Kay More than 1 year ago
A great book for kids and adults alike. Filled with adventure and interesting problems, with a touch of romance - just enough to make this book a really wonderful read. Don't miss this one!
Always_Classic More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for a good, fun book you've found it. The main character is witty and different. I loved how the auther made the storyline fluid and not choppy. I was captivated, but I wouldn't recommend it for my age group unless you're into this genre. Grades 6-10 may enjoy this. I loved the book enough to read the second installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The ending was.....like the best part. XD...funny and awesom characters
maryabeth_21 More than 1 year ago
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BookwormKD More than 1 year ago
i really really loved this series. i read both this one and dead girl dancing in one night! i am now waiting for the third one. this is about a girl who, after experiencing a near death situation, ends up switching bodies with people so that their soul can rest temporarily. this is a great seres and i definitely recommend it. i also recommend evermore by alyson noel, dead is the new black by marlene perez, the mediator series by meg cabot (writing as jenny carol), maximum ride series by james patterson, and premonitions by jude watson. and airhead by meg cabot.
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