All That’s Left to Say (Hardcover)

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All That’s Left to Say (Hardcover)


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A poignant and powerful story of a grieving girl willing to risk everything, perfect for fans of Robin Benway and Jandy Nelson.

On prom night, Hannah MacLaren sits in the headmaster's office in her fanciest dress, soaked to the bone. She is in huge trouble after pulling the fire alarm right as the prom queen was about to be crowned. But Hannah had her reasons . . .

One year ago, her cousin Sophie, who was also her best friend and the person she loved most in the world, died of an overdose. Drowning in grief, Hannah became obsessed with one question: Who gave Sophie those pills? Who is refusing to give her family the closure they deserve?

Then she concocted a plan: enroll at her cousin's fancy private school with a new look and a mouthful of lies, and finally uncover the truth.

But Hannah didn't expect all the lines to blur. She didn't expect Sophie's friends to be so complicated. She didn't expect to fall for her longtime enemy. Now, she must choose to either let herself really mourn Sophie and move on, or see her search through to its explosive end--even if it means destroying herself.

Emery Lord is the author of Open Road Summer, The Start of Me and You, and When We Collided. She lives in a pink row house in Cincinnati, with a husband, two rescue dogs, and a closet full of impractical shoes.
Twitter: @emerylord

Product Details ISBN: 9781681199412
ISBN-10: 1681199416
Publisher: Bloomsbury YA
Publication Date: July 18th, 2023
Pages: 400
Language: English

“A tender, unsensational examination of what it means to love, to lose, and to live.” —Booklist, starred review

“This compelling read also offers an unexpectedly poignant picture of grief and the impact of secret addiction on those left behind. . . . Hand this novel to anyone who likes their heroines smart, their romantic leads supportive, and their plotlines insightfully substantive.” —BCCB

“An engrossing, thoughtful depiction of a tragedy.” —Kirkus Reviews