A beautiful story about families, love, betrayal, the difference between the rich and poor, and a girl that tries to discover what happened to her missing mother, while discovering herself.
Charlie Calloway has a life most people would kill for – a tight-knit family, a loyal set of friends, and top grades a privileged boarding school. But Charlie’s never been interested in what most people want. Like all Calloways, she’s been taught that she’s different, special – better. So when her school’s super-exclusive secret society extends a mysterious invitation, Charlie’s determination to get in is matched only by her conviction that she belongs there.
But their secrets go deeper than she knows.
Charlie finds herself thrust into the centre of a decades-old mystery – one that implicates her family in not one terrible crime, but two. Uncovering their past may destroy everything she knows – or give her the answer she’s always craved: Who or what was behind her mother’s disappearance ten years ago?
I haven’t heard about this book until I received it as a birthday gift from my sister. The cover is just – gorgeous! You can feel the raindrops on the cover, and the sides are painted black, and you can read out ”I KNOW”. They have been thinking of all the little details.
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QOTD: Have you ever fallen in love with a book cover so bad, that your body keeps looking at the book at all times, and all you want to do is keep touching the book slowly? That is happening to me with All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth. The cover is so gorgeous, and the bubbles are popping up, so you can feel them when you touch the cover. This is my current read, and it was a Birthday gift by my sister. She knows my book taste better than anyone else. She's so cool as well, by the way! @elizabethklehfoth @penguinrandomhouse @penguinukbooks @penguinteen