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The yearbook (edition 1994)

by Peter Lerangis

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Member:TheHeathers
Title:The yearbook
Authors:Peter Lerangis
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Collections:2013 Archive
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Tags:teen, horror, Deanna Pina, 2013

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L’album souvenir by Peter Lerangis

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This is a horror book and it did a pretty good job of creeping me out. I am older than its target audience, but I can appreciate what the book was trying to do. Recommended for younger pre-teen and teen boys. ( )
  TheHeathers | Feb 27, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 059046678X, Paperback)

Having written a number of bestselling books under the pseudonym A.L. Singer, Lerangis now makes his chilling debut with this horrifying new thriller. Someone at Winchester High thought it would be fun to make up creepy poems about certain seniors and get them printed in the yearbook. Everyone figures it's a joke . . . until the selected seniors start turning up dead.

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According to his IQ test, David Kallas is a genius, even if his teachers think he's a slacker. His sole extracurricular activity is the yearbook, and he only became editor as an excuse to get close to Ariana Maas. On his way to the printer's to check on the book, he takes a shortcut to spy on Ariana and her boyfriend--the impossibly perfect Stephen Taylor--and ends up finding something even nastier than two students making out: a butchered corpse floating in the creek. The body leads David to a disturbing secret about his school's past. When members of the senior class start dying, David is determined to solve the mystery and save the school--even if he has to destroy himself to do it.… (more)

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