The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die by April Henry

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Although rushed, the ending stays true to the mood and consistent pacing of Cady’s plight. An adrenaline rush for reluctant readers.
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"Take her out back and finish her off."

She doesn't know who she is. She doesn't know where she is, or why. All she knows when she comes to in a ransacked cabin is that there are two men arguing over whether or not to kill her.

And that she must run.


In her riveting style, April Henry crafts a nail-biting thriller involving murder, identity theft, and biological warfare. Follow Cady and Ty (her accidental savior turned companion), as they race against the clock to stay alive, in The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die.

 

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April Henry is the New York Times bestselling author of many acclaimed mysteries for adults and young adults, including the YA novels Girl, Stolen and The Night She Disappeared, and the thriller Face of Betrayal, co-authored with Lis Wiehl. She lives in Oregon.
 
Published June 11, 2013 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 225 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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on Jun 09 2013

Although rushed, the ending stays true to the mood and consistent pacing of Cady’s plight. An adrenaline rush for reluctant readers.

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Lectus cn 15 Aug 2013

I picked The girl who was supposed to die because I love Henry%u2019s previous book, The night she disappeared. Sadly, I didn%u2019t like this one as much as I loved the other.

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