Three Quarters Dead by Richard Peck

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This was a coming of age book that really fell short for me. The main character was very weak and the plot was really boring.
-Dark Faerie Tales

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Being the new girl at school is rough. But when the popular girls choose Kerry as the newest member of their ultra-exclusive clique, she thinks her troubles are finally finished. When her three new friends are killed in a horrifying car crash, her life seems over as well. But then the texts begin. . . .

Richard Peck returns to his contemporary teen- and ghost-story roots in this suspenseful page-turner with a subtle commentary on peer pressure that fans of television dramas such as Pretty Little Liars and Vampire Diaries will devour.
 

About Richard Peck

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Richard Peck, author of more than thirty novels, is one of the most celebrated children's book writers in the country. He has won the Newbery Medal, the Edgar Award, the Margaret A. Edwards Award, a National Humanities Medal, and twice been a National Book Award finalist, among many other honors. He lives in New York City (when not visiting London his favorite home away from home).
 
Published October 28, 2010 by Speak. 209 pages
Genres: Horror, Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction
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Dark Faerie Tales

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Reviewed by Bridget on May 03 2013

This was a coming of age book that really fell short for me. The main character was very weak and the plot was really boring.

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