The Amanda Project, Book 2: Revealed (Paperback)
Harper Teen, 9780061742156, 220pp.
Publication Date: June 7, 2011
The closer you get to discovering why Amanda left, the more you realize that nothing about her is what it seems. . . .
Hal, Callie, and Nia are more determined than ever to figure out who Amanda really is, especially after the vice principal was attacked and they spotted a note from Amanda in his car. Clues are pouring in to www.theamandaproject.com, but some of them lead to more questions than answers. When the three friends find a locked, carved box they're sure it holds the key to Amanda's secrets. If only they could get it open As they begin to unravel the tangled web of Amanda's life, Hal discovers a strange list with their names on it, and he suspects it means any one of them could be the next target. One thing's for sure: In the search for Amanda, no one can be trusted.
Praise For The Amanda Project, Book 2: Revealed…
Praise for The Amanda Project:“Forget sleeping. Once you begin exploring Amanda’s disappearance, you’ll be sucked in and won’t want to do anything but read. Amazing fun.”
-E. Lockhart, author of The Boyfriend List and The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
“An entertainingly intricate mystery, enticingly structured with submysteries and textured with emotional tension. Amanda is a tantalizingly enigmatic figure. There’s just enough resolved here to satisfy, and plenty of questions left to keep readers anxiously awaiting the release of the series’ next title.”
-The Horn Book
“An amazingly creative interactive mystery that will draw you in from page one. Secrets, lies, cryptic notes, confusing clues, tattoos and missing persons all contribute to the drama swirling around Amanda as you turn each page. Get addicted to the enigma that is Amanda.”
“There are far too many scintillating, hand-clenching facets to this carefully crafted whodunit to count.…The story unfolds at just the right pace to build curiosity, but not overwhelm with unanswered questions. A mind-bending mystery.”
-Publishers Weekly (starred review)