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The most dangerous place on earth : a novel

Author: Lindsey Lee Johnson
Publisher: New York : Random House, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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In an edenic community of wealthy Bay Area families, Molly Nicholl, a replacement teacher from a poorer, scrubbier version of California, arrives in the middle of the school year and soon becomes intrigues by the hidden lives of her privileged students. Unknown to her, a tragedy from their middle school years continues to reverberate for 'her' kids. Among these are Callista, a hippie outcast who hides her  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Psychological fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lindsey Lee Johnson
ISBN: 9780812997279 0812997271
OCLC Number: 922836172
Description: 272 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Eighth grade --
The note --
Junior year --
The lovers --
The striver --
The artists --
The dime --
The ride --
The dance --
Senior year --
The pretty boy --
The sleeping lady.
Responsibility: Lindsey Lee Johnson.

Abstract:

In an edenic community of wealthy Bay Area families, Molly Nicholl, a replacement teacher from a poorer, scrubbier version of California, arrives in the middle of the school year and soon becomes intrigues by the hidden lives of her privileged students. Unknown to her, a tragedy from their middle school years continues to reverberate for 'her' kids. Among these are Callista, a hippie outcast who hides her intelligence for reasons of her own; Ryan the star pitcher and sex object; Dave, the nice kid whose parents' obsession with his SAT scores threatens to upend his life; Emma, a dancer who balances her dreams of bright stagelights with wildness on the weekends, and Nick, the uneasy kingpin of schemes, pranks, and parties. These teens are all navigating in a world in which every action may become public--postable, shareable, indelible--a world Molly finds both alluring and dangerous.
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