Playing in Traffic by Gail Giles

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"I was the ghost of school corridors.
Skye was the devil.
And I was doomed from the day she spoke to me."

Skye clearly has a dangerous agenda, but how can Matt resist the mystery and drama she trails in her Goth wake? She promises a way out of his dreary existence-but at what price?

Why has multi-pierced, multi-tattooed Skye Colby, the sexy and weird Goth Girl, singled out Matt, an almost invisible nobody, for special attention? This gripping page-turner will propel you from one shocking revelation to the next-right to the astonishing ending.

About Gail Giles

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Gail Giles is the author of Shattering Glass, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, YALSA Quick Pick, and Book Sense 76 selection, as well as Dead Girls Don't Write Letters, a Book Sense 76 selection.
Published September 2, 2004 by Roaring Brook Press. 176 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An intelligent, mature, but repressed high-school senior puts himself into increasing danger through his romance with a disturbed girl in this realistic and hard-hitting story.

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