A boy, a body, a secret. From award-winning author Mariko Tamaki comes a haunting YA novel about a shocking murderer in a quiet town.
This is the story of a boy who died—and a girl who wants to know why.
Todd Mayer is dead. Now he's some sort of ghost, hovering over his body, which has just been found in the town park, naked and frozen in the snow. As detectives investigate Todd's homicide, talking to the very people who are responsible for how he died, Todd replays the events that lead him to his end in the park.
Georgia didn't know Todd. But she can’t stop thinking about him. Maybe because they’re both outcasts at their school, or because they’re both queer. It might also be because Georgia has a feeling she’s seen Todd somewhere before, somewhere he wasn’t supposed to be.
In the vein of The Lovely Bones, this narrative is an immersive, emotional, and provocative read.
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