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Dark Places - A Young Adult eSampler

Bloomsbury

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens

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DARK PLACES: A free ebook sampler with exclusive bonus material from FRACTURE by Megan Miranda, FREAKS LIKE US by Susan Vaught, TRANSCENDENCE by CJ Omololu, and THE UNQUIET by Jeannine Garsee.  
  
  
When everything else falls away, all we are left with are the Dark Places of our minds...  
 
In these tales thrilling tales of psychological suspense from some of the leading young adult authors, you will meet an assortment of young men and women who must answer the question of what is real and what is only in their minds. They have entered the Dark Places and they will never be the same.

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