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The Space Between Trees - Paperback

By Katie Williams

5 5/8 x 8 1/8 in; 288 pp;
Guided Reading Level: Z Ages 14 and up
Paperback
April 2013
ISBN 9781452119595
ISBN10 1452119597

SKU# 9781452119595

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Evie’s not sure why she started lying to the girls at school about her friendship
with Jonah, her fellow paper route employee. Jonah is older, a college dropout
with broad shoulders, a streak of scarlet in his hair, and mystery in his eyes.
More than anything, Evie just wants something to happen, so she invents a
nonexistent romance out of a crush. But when Jonah discovers a body in the
woods—a girl Evie knew when she was little—Evie’s lies grow more complicated.
As Evie hunts down the killer, she comes to find that her lies are the only
things she can trust. Readers will churn through the pages of Katie Williams’s
suspenseful debut novel and feel the chill of goosebumps in its wake.
The Space Between Trees - Paperback


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The Space Between Trees - Paperback

Evie’s not sure why she started lying to the girls at school about her friendship with Jonah, her fellow paper route employee. Jonah is older, a college dropout with broad shoulders, a streak of scarlet in his hair, and mystery in his eyes. More than anything, Evie just wants something to happen, so she invents a nonexistent romance out of a crush. But when Jonah discovers a body in the woods—a girl Evie knew when she was little—Evie’s lies grow more complicated. As Evie hunts down the killer, she comes to find that her lies are the only things she can trust. Readers will churn through the pages of Katie Williams’s suspenseful debut novel and feel the chill of goosebumps in its wake.

 

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5 5/8 x 8 1/8 in; 288 pp;
Guided Reading Level: Z Ages 14 and up
Paperback
April 2013
ISBN 9781452119595
ISBN10 1452119597
Katie Williams teaches writing at the Academy of Art University and is the author of Absent. She lives in Berkeley, California.

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Media Reviews

★“ A darkly beautiful, emotionally honest story of personal growth.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review

“ Dark and suspenseful. . . ”
—School Library Journal

“ A good option for reluctant readers . . . the pacing is pitch-perfect.”
—Booklist

“A nail-biter.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“ A lively read that will appeal to teens.”
—VOYA

“Gripping.”
—Shelf Awareness

A Junior Library Guild Selection
A Texas TAYSHAS High School
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