Easy prey / by Catherine Lo.
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- ISBN: 9781419731907
- ISBN: 1419731904
- Physical Description: 345 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Amulet Books, 2018.
Told in three voices, Edgewood High School students Mouse, Drew, and Jenna not only had access to a teacher's racy photographs before they went viral, each had a motive for using them.
Edgewood High School students Mouse, Drew, and Jenna access a teacher's dating site under false identities. Things escalate and all three are able to access nude pictures of their law teacher. When the photos go viral, they all deny being the leak. But someone has to take the fall ... -- adapted from goodreads.com info.
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- School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2018 August
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Gr 9 UpâDuring the course of their law class, Drew, Jenna, and Mouse obtain racy and sexual pictures of their teacher Miss Bailey. They agree to delete them and never bring it up again, but when the pictures show up on an anonymous blog, they realize one of them is hiding something. Drew, charming and well-off, seems to have it all and is best friends with the school's most popular guy, Troy. Mouse, the computer geek, is desperate to prove his father wrong, get out from under the shadow of his cousin Troy, and get into MIT by any means necessary. And Jenna, former girlfriend of Troy and good girlâturnedârebel, was victim to her own picture scandal the year before. They swear they didn't post the pictures, but they all have secrets they would do anything to protect. This well-paced whodunit has plenty of twists and turns and revelations to keep readers on their toes. The characters feel completely authentic and tangible. When things start to unravel for the trio, teens will be emotionally invested in the protagonists' fates. Though at times the preachiness and heavy-handed message may take young people out of their reading experience, this book strikes a necessary and much-needed chord about sexting and the distribution of inappropriate material in high school. VERDICTA relevant book and first selection for any public and high school library.â Erik Knapp, Davis Library, Plano, TX