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The Crazy School

The Crazy School

“Madeline Dare is like that wild smart-mouthed friend who blows into town, sweeps you off into a knife-edge adventure you never saw coming, and makes you laugh out loud even at the darkest, most intense moments. I can’t wait to meet her again.”
–Tana French, New York Times bestselling author of In the Woods

Recently settled in the Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts, Madeline Dare now teaches at the Santangelo Academy, a boarding school for disturbed teenagers. But behind its ornate gates, she discovers a disorienting world where students and teachers alike must submit to the founder’s bizarre therapeutic regimen. A chilling event confirms Maddie’s worst suspicions, leading her to an even darker secret that lies at the academy’s very heart. Now cut off from the outside world, Maddie must join forces with a small band of the school’s most violently rebellious students–kids who, despite their troubled grip on reality, may well prove to be her only chance of survival.
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Genre: Fiction / Fiction

On Sale: February 12th 2010

Price: $13.99

Page Count: 352

ISBN-13: 9780446198202

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Praise

"How nice it is to hear that rebel voice [of Madeline Dare] again."—New York Times Book Review
"Madeline's deadpan voice, acid wit and psychological depth are the perfect counterpoint to the novels positively Gothic plot... She's a great character, and her creator is a great storyteller. Caustic, gripping and distinctive-intelligent entertainment."—Kirkus
"Read's novel is fast-paced; once the action starts, don't even think about putting it down."—Library Journal (starred review)
"Read's plot crackles and pops."—Booklist (starred review)
"Gutsy."—Publishers Weekly