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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Waiting On Wednesday!

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted
at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend by Emily Horner
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: June 10, 2010
Dial Books for Young Readers
Pages: 256
[The title is different though, that was supposed to be the title but was changed]

Summary: For months, Cass Meyer has heard her best friend Julia, a wannabe Broadway composer, whispering about a top-secret project. Then Julia is killed in a sudden car accident, and while Cass is still reeling from her death, Julia’s boyfriend and her other drama friends make it their mission to bring to fruition the nearly-completed secret project: a musical about an orphaned ninja princess entitled Totally Sweet Ninja Death Squad. Cass isn’t one of the drama people. She doesn’t feel at home with Julia’s drama friends, and she doesn’t see a place for her in the play. Things only get worse when she finds out that Heather Galloway, the girl who made her miserable all through middle school, has been cast as the ninja princess. Cass can’t take a summer of swallowing her pride and painting sets, so she decides to follow her original plan for a cross-country road trip with Julia. Even if she has a touring bicycle instead of a driver’s license, and even if Julia’s ashes are coming along in Tupperware. A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend is a story about friendship. About love. About traveling a thousand miles just to find yourself. About making peace with the past, and making sense of it. And it’s a story about the bloodiest high school musical one quiet suburb has ever seen.

**This book sounds so good and I looove the cover!!**


Marie said...

wow this does sound awesome!

Krista said...

Oh this sounds really good! To my list I go...

Sara said...

Ooo... sounds good. I really like the name of the musical! :)

Kelsey said...

Looks good. Nice WOW!(:

Rachel said...

This sounds really good. Though it sounds like a crying book.

Alyssa Kirk @ Teens Read and Write said...

Never heard of this one. It's got an interesting premise. A friend of mine does musical theater. I'll definitely recommend it!

Book Butterfly (Kim) said...

I want to read this so BAD! Great pick!!

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