Publication Date: January 2011
When Bliss’s hippie parents leave the commune and dump her at the home of her aloof grandmother in a tony Atlanta neighborhood, it’s like being set down on an alien planet. The only guide naive Bliss has to her new environment is what she’s seen on The Andy Griffith Show. But Mayberry is poor preparation for Crestview Academy, an elite school where the tensions of the present and the dark secrets of the past threaten to simmer into violence. Openhearted, naive Bliss is happy to be friends with anyone. That’s not the way it has ever worked at Crestview, and soon Bliss is at the center of a struggle for power between three girls—two living and one long dead.
My thoughts: I honestly couldn't get past the first few chapters. I bought the book on a passing thought and really didn't want to read it. I tried to make myself read it and I couldn't. I found it lame...bad thing to say but that's how I feel. I have had this book since May and hadn't read it and felt like I should give it a try to get it off my TBR pile and it just didn't work.
My rating: 1 star