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Hanna Clark desperately wants to escape her dark past of self-mutilation and psychosis, but after she moves with her mother to a new city, she soon becomes a suspect in a murder investigation when the police find her with a dead girl from school surrounded by a pool of blood. With ominous threats and the killer on the loose, Hanna is on a mission to vindicate herself. She races against time to prove her innocence, all while befriending the most popular girl in school, Claire Miller, and falling for Claire’s boyfriend, Josh Banks. As Hanna’s relationship with Josh begins to flourish, not only does she face Claire’s unrelenting wrath, she’s also shocked to learn Josh is a suspect in the murder as well – causing her world to come crashing down around her and leaving her mental stability hanging by a thread. Suddenly, things fall into place and Hanna learns that nothing is ever what it seems.
My Life Sucks-Entry #1
My name is Hanna Clark. I’m seventeen years old and I’m a senior in high school. My parents are downstairs fighting…AGAIN! They fight all the time. Probably because my dad is always working. The other day I overheard them fighting about sex. Apparently my mom thinks that my dad is having an affair. She didn’t say it that way though . It was more like “you’re f**king somebody else!” Of course he denied it. I don’t want to hear that crap! Whenever they fight I put on my ipod earphones so I don’t have to listen to them yell and swear at each other. They have no idea what this is doing to me. Sometimes I cut myself on my wrists to get away from this sadness. I keep a razor blade hidden under my mattress. I wear a lot of long sleeves so nobody will know. I’m not trying to kill myself. I don’t cut deep enough to end my life, just deep enough to numb the pain for a little while. People who see me think I’m really happy because I’ve gotten really good at faking a smile.
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