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The Beckoners by Carrie Mac

The Beckoners

by Carrie Mac

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A brutal look at girl bullying at its worst, set in a suburb of Vancouver. ( )
  JMBridger | Mar 13, 2011 |
This was compulsive, if unpleasant, reading. In this story of teenage bullying, Carrie Mac draws a world where adults are uncaring or oblivious, and teenagers can inflict life-threatening damage. None of the main characters are perfect, even the ones you hope survive do appalling things to each other.
This was a gripping story, and I very much wanted Zoe and April to find a way out of their impossible situation. I found the ending improbable, especially the adult collusion.
The ending left me feeling miserable, and while I might recommend it to some people, I will not reread it. ( )
  francescadefreitas | Jun 5, 2008 |
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When Zoe moves to a new town, she finds the line between victim and tormentor is easily crossed.

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