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Girl Most Likely to Succeed by Alissa C. Grosso
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it was amazing

** spoiler alert ** What do you remember from high school? Which classmates stand out? Was there an informal caste system? There was at mine. We had three unspoken tracks: college, trade/secretarial school, military/get married. There were popular kids, those who wanted to be popular and a few who knew even an act of God wasn't ever going to change the way they were perceived.
Fast forward 25 years and think about how you see them now (and how they see you). A bit different, I suspect. Imagine that not happening to you because you've been the prisoner of a curse laid down by a girl you and several others in your graduating class, humiliated. A girl who wrote you letters and then killed herself. Even though you went to college and now work as a children's librarian, you're convinced the curse is real and it has affected every aspect of your life. That's Katrina Parker's fate and now that her 25th class reunion is nearing, she's trying to reverse the curse, but isn't getting much help from others in the class. When the body count, which has been creeping up for years, starts increasing rapidly and strange things begin happening in her life that cause her to question her own sanity, she wonders whether she can prevent what she thinks will be a massacre on the night of her 25th reunion. What happens and how she deals with it make for a dandy read.
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