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Description You can't get into St Jude's Academy unless you're gifted, talented and supremely rich. New girl Alyssa is on a scholarship and feels like an outsider - she's not even that smart, apart from her photographic memory and that's cheating, right?
Then one day her room-mate Lily is found floating face down in the lake. It looks like suicide, but, torn apart with guilt and grief, Alyssa is convinced that things aren't as they seem. Soon a jolted memory puts her on the trail of a sinister secret that might hold the clues to Lily's suspicious death.
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But Alyssa is in too deep, and she's being watched. The Best Books of Why oh why does he have to ask her out? Then comes the party which I can't really burn because that was a rather interesting chapter where you start to see a little bit of a story brewing up with Jayden's debut, in which he confronts Jack about Lily. Apparently the party crasher, Jayden seems aggressive pretty obvious that she's judging him and it seems pretty easy to imagine Lily and Jayden as a couple.
We meet Lily's brother Adam who fills in the details and we get to find out that Lily killed herself on purpose, and was also pregnant! She sent the message to Jack because they were meant to be friends and recently dated; well this is going to get awkward for Alyssa because Lily called Jack "sex on legs" and they're friends?
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But all not as it seems. When Alyssa tries to find out more information from Jayden and gets almost run over trying, she has to go back to the school to an annoyed boyfriend in order to find out who really killed Lily it can't have been suicide because a tooth was taken; truly horrible but this adds a more interesting feel to the book about how horrid the killer is - other then the obvious fact that he must be sick anyway because they killed an innocent girl!
Lily's family are strange, especially her idiot father who I find rather annoying;he fires the car driver because he shouldn't have let Lily's mother take Alyssa away in the car and talk about their personal information. I liked how the writer portrayed this because it showed how some men are very controlling and that some women are taken advantage of, especially Lily's mother who is very fragile and also suffers from depression as well.