Send by Patty Blount

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A cautionary tale about responsibility, integrity, and redemption...Readers be warned: Don’t pick up this book unless you have a few hours to read, because it draws you in from page one and will not let you go until the last page.
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It's been five years since I clicked Send.

Four years since I got out of juvie.

Three months since I changed my name.

Two minutes since I met Julie.

A second to change my life.


All Dan wants for his senior year is to be invisible. This is his last chance at a semi–normal life. Nobody here knows who he is. Or what he's done. But on his first day at school, instead of turning away like everyone else, Dan breaks up a fight. Because Dan knows what it's like to be terrorized by a bully—he used to be one.


Now the whole school thinks he's some kind of hero—except Julie. She looks at him like she knows he has a secret. Like she knows his name isn't really Daniel...

 

About Patty Blount

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PATTY BLOUNT works as a software technical writer by day and novelist by night. Dared by her 13-year-old son to try fiction, Patty wrote her first manuscript in an ice rink. A short version of her debut novel, Send, finished in the top ten of the Writer's Digest 79th Annual Writing Competition.
 
Published August 1, 2012 by Sourcebooks Fire. 299 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kathy Barber Hersh on Aug 01 2012

A cautionary tale about responsibility, integrity, and redemption...Readers be warned: Don’t pick up this book unless you have a few hours to read, because it draws you in from page one and will not let you go until the last page.

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