Only three students had access to a teacher’s racy photos before they went viral. There’s Mouse, a brainy overachiever so desperate to escape his father and go to MIT that he would do almost anything, legal or not. Then there’s Drew, the star athlete who can get any girl’s number—and private photos—with his charm but has a history of passing those photos around. And finally there’s Jenna, a good girl turned rebel after her own shocking photos made the rounds at school last year, who is still waiting for justice. All three deny leaking the photos, but someone has to take the fall. This edgy whodunit tackles hot-button issues of sexting and gossip and will have readers tearing through the pages to reach the final reveal.
About the Author
Catherine Lo is the author of How It Ends, which Jeff Zentner called “as harrowing and realistic a look at the life cycle of a young friendship as I’ve ever seen.” She has spent the last decade and a half as a teacher working with at-risk youth—or, as she would call it, “researching.” She lives outside of Toronto with her husband and two children.
"Lo (How It Ends, 2016) creates realistic, multidimensional characters while exploring the legal and ethical ramifications of privacy as it plays out in a hormonally charged high school environment . . . A provocative story about the consequences of poor decisions in our digital world."
— Kirkus Reviews
"This well-paced whodunit has plenty of twists and turns and revelations to keep readers on their toes."
— School Library Journal
"Lo (How It Ends) weaves together a robust narrative about privacy and revenge. ?Through flashbacks, Lo slowly pieces together the events that led up to the damaging incident. She successfully creates sympathetic characters whose complicated, authentic choices leave readers with an understanding that nothing is as lacking in nuance as it might seem."
— Publishers Weekly