Wherever Nina Lies by Lynn Weingarten

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KIRKUS called this heart-pounding YA mystery "gripping...Sibling loyalty, quirky characters, misplaced trust and the very questionable kindness of a stranger guarantee a riveting read."

Nina was beautiful, wild & adored by her younger sister, Ellie. But, one day, Nina disappeared. 2 years later, everyone has given up hope that Nina will return, but Ellie knows her sister is out there. If only Ellie had a clue where to look.Then she gets one, in the form of a mysterious drawing. Determined to find Nina, Ellie takes off on a crazy, sexy, cross-country road trip with the only person who believes she's got a chance - her hot, adventurous new crush. Along the way,Ellie finds a few things she wasn't planning on. Like love. Lies. And the most shocking thing of all: the truth.

About Lynn Weingarten

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Lynn Weingarten is not in a secret sisterhood of any kind, not that she would tell you if she was. She is very good at keeping secrets.
Published January 1, 2010 by Point. 322 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this gripping debut novel, a compulsive cross-country quest for her missing older sister leads 16-year-old Ellie to the terrifying truth.

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Ellie decides this is her chance to find Nina again and know peace, so she and Sean embark on a road trip.

Feb 01 2009 | Read Full Review of Wherever Nina Lies

The Trades

Together, Ellie and Sean take off on a cross-country journey to follows a trail of clues about Nina, much to the dismay of Amanda who cautions Ellie that Sean may not be whom he seems to be.

Jun 10 2009 | Read Full Review of Wherever Nina Lies

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