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Dead Girls Don't Write Letters by Gail Giles
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it was ok
bookshelves: mystery, family, english-420

Sunny is a dull teenager who always hated her dazzling older sister, Jazz. Even after Jazz dies in a fire, Sunny is still eclipsed by her. Only now her parents ignore her because they are too busy being drunk or taking pills to combat the sadness they feel at Jazz's absence. Then, out of nowhere. Jazz returns. Only it isn't Sunny's sister, it's an imposter. Sunny and her father make a temporary truce while they investigate who she is and what she wants. The best thing about this novel was that it was a quick read. Otherwise it was pretty worthless. The characters were unrelatable, unbelievable, and unlikeable. The ending was so hokey that it ruined any thrill there had been in the earlier suspense (which was, admittedly, quite small to begin with). Recommended to anyone who wants a quick, suspenseful read and won't mind a stupid ending.

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