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Mallory killed her boyfriend. She can’t remember how or why. Although no one was there when it happened, everyone said she did it in self-defense. It must be true because Brian had a history of violent behavior, so Mallory was found innocent. Unfortunately, Mallory feels like everyone around her doesn’t trust her, including her own parents. Plus, she can just feel Brian all around her.

When her parents tell her they are sending her away to Monroe, the prep school that her father attended, Mallory thinks this just might be what she needs to make a fresh start. She may even be able to snap out of it and remember what happened that night. But once she gets there and realizes that her reputation has preceded her, she starts to think that maybe starting over isn’t all that easy. And then, she wakes up to the dean’s son dead in her room and she has no recollection as to how. Can this really be happening again?!?

Hysteria is a fast-paced YA mystery suspense that will leave you with just enough questions to keep you turning the page. If you enjoy this novel, you may also enjoy The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin, Famous Last Words by Katie Alender, and The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie.

Recommended by Brandy Walton


MattPosted March 2, 2016

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer was such a great story. I read it two years back and still remember it clearly. Great, unsettling atmosphere.

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