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Where She Fell Praise for Where She Fell: An enticing little pocket of not-quite-reality thats equal parts wondrous and gruesome-perfect for readers who like their down-the-rabbit-hole stories a little more … carnivorous. — Lindsay Ribar author of Rocks Fall Everyone Dies A daring exploration of an underground world that would make Jules Verne applaud and of the depths we must go to find courage and friendship. — Kevin Emerson author of Any Second Thrilling and propulsive Elizas story is as much a journey inward as it is underground. Survival and self-discovery take many forms in this wild adventure to the center of the earth and you wont want to put this book down! — Stephanie Kuehn William C. Morris-Award Winning Author of Charm and Strange A fast-paced subterranean thriller with surprises around every dark corner. Heartfelt terrifying and romantic. I loved every page. — Kim Liggett Bram Stoker Award Winner of The Last Harvest This empowering story of survival boasts a refreshingly realistic teenage voice and a lot of heart. — Booklist Praise for Girl in a Bad Place: Pulse-pounding. — Jennifer Mathieu author of The Truth about Alice Eerie and gripping Girl in a Bad Place will grab you and not let go until the last page. — Kara Thomas author of Little Monsters and The Darkest Corners Intense doesnt even begin to describe this propulsive read. — Kieran Scott author of What Waits in the Woods Intense suspenseful and highly original examination of female friendship self-discovery and survival. I was rooting for Mailee and Cara from the first page to the last. Girl in a Bad Place is a book thats impossible to put down and Kaitlin Ward is an author to watch. — Courtney Summers author of Sadie and All the Rage A good place for young fans of Lois Duncan and Christopher Pike. — Kirkus Reviews Tackles important issues of manipulation and safety with a fast-paced story that could be ripped from the headlines…Will keep readers turning pages until the end. — School Library Journal Where She Fell – by Kaitlin Ward