"I was thinking that… you could go to the camp in my place."
They may be identical, but they are complete opposites— Falice McAtee is the good girl, generous to a fault, while Arabelle is the impulsive one with a devil-may-care attitude.
Both of their summer vacations are set. Falice will spend her time with friends, and Arabelle will travel to London with her boyfriend. But when Arabelle gets into a fistfight at school, their plans fall apart. Mr. McAtee has had enough, and he decides that sending Arabelle to a behavioral camp is his best chance of straightening her out.
Desperate to find a way out, Arabelle begs and convinces Falice to attend the camp for her. Falice has no idea how she'll survive the summer in a place she clearly doesn't belong, but, hey, what are sisters for, right?
Will Falice pull off being Arabelle for the whole summer? What adventures will Falice encounter inside the camp? And will they be able to get their acts together without getting caught?
What will happen if you try to pretend to be someone you are not? Find out in Faking Delinquency.
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