NOW YOU SEE HER by Jacquelyn Mitchard is a frightening look inside the head of a very confused girl.  The book is, essentially, the journal of Hope – a girl in trouble.

The event that led to her downfall unfolds throughout the course of the story.  It involves a boy, “The Plan”, “The Idea”, and Romeo and Juliet.

Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of MIDNIGHT TWINS, has written another thought-provoking book.  She has created a character that is a little hard to like while at the same time weaving a story the reader doesn’t want to put down.  Hope’s stream of consciousness style gives authenticity to this story that really makes it feel like a young girl’s journal.

If you like books that make you question what is really going on and not being able to predict exactly how it is going to end, you need to read NOW YOU SEE HER.

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NOW YOU SEE HER by Jacquelyn Mitchard is a frightening look inside the head of a very confused girl.  The book is, essentially, the journal of Hope – a girl in trouble.

The event that led to her downfall unfolds throughout the course of the story.  It involves a boy, “The Plan”, “The Idea”, and Romeo and Juliet.

Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of MIDNIGHT TWINS, has written another thought-provoking book.  She has created a character that is a little hard to like while at the same time weaving a story the reader doesn’t want to put down.  Hope’s stream of consciousness style gives authenticity to this story that really makes it feel like a young girl’s journal.

If you like books that make you question what is really going on and not being able to predict exactly how it is going to end, you need to read NOW YOU SEE HER.

 

Aspen Brooks is stunning.  She is beautiful, stylish, and destined to be homecoming queen.  Aspen is dating Lucas, the quarterback of the high school football team.  Her life is like a fairy tale.  Until….the night of the homecoming dance when her arch rival, Angel Ives, is announced the queen.  At first, Aspen can’t believe what she is hearing and is upset, but then she hears the name of the homecoming king.  Rand Bachrach, the biggest dork in the school, wins the crown.  Aspen thinks it is hilarious that Angel has to appear with Rand at the many functions during homecoming week as king and queen.

Angel is furious about Rand being the king and thinks Aspen is behind it, but it turns out that Lucas set it up for all the guys at the school to vote for Rand.  Angel doesn’t know this though and vows revenge on Aspen.  Soon after, Aspen finds her tires slashed, pornography in her locker, and her athesma inhaler stolen (which leads to an emergency hospital visit).  Of course, Aspen thinks Angel is behind all of these incidents and is enraged.  Then…Angel disappears.  Aspen thinks it is a stunt, but everyone else thinks she’s been kidnapped.

Things start to change for Aspen as she spends more time with Rand, has to help her mother with a very difficult situation, and learns that being stylish isn’t always the most important thing in life.

REVENGE OF THE HOMECOMING QUEEN has it all.  Romance, humor, family issues, and mystery.  If you enjoy drama then this book is for you.  It is fast-paced and sucks you in on the first page.  Aspen, even though she is a privileged and somewhat spoiled girl, turns out to be a lovable protagonist.