Echoes
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Echoes

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by Melinda Metz
     
 

Can't believe she did that . . .

. . . at four-thirty I have to . . .

. . . I hate this place . . .

Rae Voight is losing her mind. When she walks down the halls of Sanderson Prep, she hears voices . . . even when no one is talking. Other people's thoughts crowd her head, a confusing tangle of insecurities and dark secrets. Just when Rae reaches her breaking

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Overview

Can't believe she did that . . .

. . . at four-thirty I have to . . .

. . . I hate this place . . .

Rae Voight is losing her mind. When she walks down the halls of Sanderson Prep, she hears voices . . . even when no one is talking. Other people's thoughts crowd her head, a confusing tangle of insecurities and dark secrets. Just when Rae reaches her breaking point, one voice comes screaming through the din, loud and clear:

. . . Rae must die . . .

If Rae doesn't figure out who the thought belongs to soon, she could lose more than just her sanity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061968785
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
07/27/2010
Pages:
517
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.30(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Melinda Metz is the author of over sixty books for teens and kids, including the YA series Roswell High (based on the TV show Roswell) and Echoes. Her middle grade mystery Wright and Wong: The Case of the Nana-Napper (co-authored by the fab Laura J. Burns) was a juvenile Edgar Award finalist. Melinda lives in Concord, North Carolina, with her dog, Scully, a pen-eater like the dog who came before her.

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Echoes 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this entire series. Melinda Metz is a great writer who knows how to captivate her audience and keep them coming back for more. I was sad when it ended, but I loved every minute of this series.
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read_4_life12 More than 1 year ago
its like a detective and spy book, but its sooo awesome. its thrilling and scary at the right times*
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AmyUT More than 1 year ago
First of All, DO NOT READ THE NEXT review, that person TOTALLY GAVE IT AWAY!!!!! That review is FULL of spoilers. Lame. Now, about Rae. Rae hears voices. In her head. Rae, formerly known as Rachel, is the most popular girl in school, she's dating the all-star jock, has the best friends, and is wealthy. What more could a girl ask for? Then, she starts hearing voices in her head that aren't her own thoughts and ends up in a mental institution for the summer. She gets out, even though she's still hearing voices. And one voice is louder than all the others "RAE MUST DIE". Intense story line. Intense Cliff-Hanger. LOVED this book.
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Mebby88 More than 1 year ago
I absolutly LOVED this book(s)! It made me really mad that I didn't own the next book in the series though. I read the book (well, technically it's the first 3 books in the series)in two days! It's one of my favorites! :) Anthony & Rae are the BEST charcters ever!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago