Ask Me

Ask Me

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Paranormal gets a Stephen King makeover: An oracle in a small-town Florida uses her troubling gift to stop a murderer--before he comes for her. Aria Morse is an Oracle, blessed--or cursed--with the gift of prophecy. Ask her anything, and the truth spills out immediately. But Aria's answers sound like nonsense, even to herself . . . just as they did to those at Delphi 2,500 years ago. To cope, Aria has perfected the art of hiding in plain sight--until Jade Price, the closest person she has to a friend, disappears. All of a sudden, everyone around her has questions. The "nonsense" Aria spouts becomes a matter of life and death. Aria may be the only one who can find out what happened to Jade. But the closer she gets to the truth, the closer she comes to being the next target of someone else who hides in plain sight. Someone with a very dark more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 293 pages
  • 149.86 x 208.28 x 40.64mm | 249.47g
  • Soho Teen
  • United States
  • English
  • 1616953837
  • 9781616953836

About Kimberly Pauley

Kimberly Pauley is the award-winning author of "Sucks to Be Me," which was honored on the YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers list. Born in California, she has lived everywhere from Florida to Chicago and has now gone international to live in London with her husband and son. She is also the founder of YA Books Central, one of the first and largest teen book websites in the world. Visit her online at www.kimberlypauley.comshow more

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Praise for Kimberly Pauley "I couldn't put this book down and yet I didn't want it to end! A beautifully written mystery full of suspense and unexpected twists and turns. I loved it!" --Jo Knowles, author "Living with Jackie Chan "and "Lessons from a Dead Girl" "Smart, original, with a lovely, honest heroine, and it was laugh-out-loud funny ... This is truly a unique and hilarious read." --Margot Adler, author of "Drawing Down the Moon" "Pauley ("Still Sucks to Be Me") offers amusing insights into the minds of cats, snappy dialogue, and a fast-paced plot. Readers should easily relate to Nat." --"Publishers Weekly" "Pauley's homage to Chicago and her favorite teen movie is entertaining, hilarious, and exceptionally creative. Populated with wonderfully eccentric and endearing characters, this lighthearted comedy will be an instant hit." --"School Library Journal"show more

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540 ratings
3.67 out of 5 stars
5 21% (111)
4 36% (196)
3 35% (188)
2 7% (36)
1 2% (9)
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