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Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma
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Jun 21, 11

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Read in June, 2011

Chloe comes from a broken home, but she can always lean on her older sister Ruby. Ruby is a beguiling, manipulative young lady who uses others, but she'll do anything for her sister. They live in a small town in New York, where a mysterious reservoir lies. One night, when she swims across the reservoir on a dare, Chloe almost drowns until she finds a boat to hold onto. Inside the boat is the corpse of her classmate, London Hayes.

After the incident Chloe lives elsewhere, but she returns two years later. What she comes back to is a web of strangeness. When Ruby’s true nature becomes more apparent, Chloe suspects that her sister is hiding secrets related to London’s death.

This is a haunting, creepy book. And the writing is beautiful. At first I thought it would be a mystery, so the paranormal and horror elements were a wonderful surprise. I’m glad to have this in my collection since I’ll most likely read it again.
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