THE GOOD GIRLS SARA SHEPARD
FROM THE BEST SELLING AUTHOR OF PRETTY LITTLE LIARS
THEY’RE SWEET BUT DEADLY
‘THIS IS OUR FAULT,’ SHE WHISPERED.
‘WE SAID THOSE NAMES.
AND NOW EVERYONE ‘S DYING’
The perfectionists are five senior high school girls who seem to have it all. But then they are framed for murder.
They may have talked about getting revenge on their nemesis, Nolan, but they didn’t mean to really hurt him. And just when they thought they’d figured out who did it, the whole class has blown wide open again. Now it looks like someone’s found their secret revenge list, and they’re picking off the names on it one by one.
Who is really behind the killings?
Can the girls trust anyone?
And who will be the next to die?
This is our fault, we said those names. And now everyone’s dying. They’re sweet but deadly. There is something very simple about the story telling.
In a normal seeming classroom in a normal-seeming high school in the normal-seeming town of Beacon Heights, Washington, thirty teenagers had just watched a an old-black- and- white movie about justice, punishment, and murder. Mr Granger divided the class into groups to discuss what they think this movie is about. In one group the girls didn’t know each other very well. But soon enough they would.
After talking about the movie of murder together they started talking about who they would get rid of and how would they do it. A week later Nolan was dead exactly the way the girls had originally planned. When Mr Granger their teacher turn up dead, it then that a very real sense of danger arises. what about all the other names on the list they talked about. And what consequences will it have on their lives? What if one the them was next?