Lie to Me (Point Paperbacks) (Paperback)
Ever since Amelia woke up in the hospital, recovering from a near-death fall she has no memory of, she's been suspicious. Her friends, family, and doctors insist it was an accident, but Amelia is sure she remembers being pushed. Then another girl is found nearby -- one who fell, but didn't survive. Amelia's fears suddenly feel very real, and with the help of her new boyfriend, Liam, she tries to investigate her own horrific ordeal. But what is she looking for, exactly? And how can she tell who's trustworthy, and who might be -- must be -- lying to her?
The closer Amelia gets to the truth, the more terrifying her once orderly, safe world becomes. She's determined to know what happened, but if she doesn't act fast, her next accident might be her last.
Praise for Where She Fell:"An enticing little pocket of not-quite-reality that's equal parts wondrous and gruesome-perfect for readers who like their down-the-rabbit-hole stories a little more ... carnivorous." -- Lindsay Ribar, author of Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies"A daring exploration of an underground world that would make Jules Verne applaud, and of the depths we must go to find courage and friendship." -- Kevin Emerson, author of Any Second"Thrilling and propulsive, Eliza's story is as much a journey inward as it is underground. Survival and self-discovery take many forms in this wild adventure to the center of the earth, and you won't want to put this book down!" -- Stephanie Kuehn, William C. Morris Award-winning author of Charm & Strange"A fast-paced subterranean thriller with surprises around every dark corner. Heartfelt, terrifying and romantic. I loved every page." -- Kim Liggett, Bram Stoker Award-winneing author of The Last Harvest"This empowering story of survival boasts a refreshingly realistic teenage voice and a lot of heart." -- BooklistPraise for Girl in a Bad Place: "Pulse-pounding." -- Jennifer Mathieu, author of The Truth about Alice"Eerie and gripping, Girl in a Bad Place will grab you and not let go until the last page." -- Kara Thomas, author of Little Monsters and The Darkest Corners"Intense doesn't even begin to describe this propulsive read." -- Kieran Scott, author of What Waits in the Woods"Intense, suspenseful, and highly original examination of female friendship, self-discovery and survival. I was rooting for Mailee and Cara from the first page to the last. Girl in a Bad Place is a book that's impossible to put down and Kaitlin Ward is an author to watch." -- Courtney Summers, author of All the Rage and Cracked Up to Be"A good place for young fans of Lois Duncan and Christopher Pike." -- Kirkus Reviews"Tackles important issues of manipulation and safety with a fast-paced story that could be ripped from the headlines...Will keep readers turning pages until the end." -- School Library Journal