No Place to Fall

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Amber Vaughn has always been her family’s good girl, the one who sings in the church choir and spends every Friday night hanging out with her best friend Devon and is always willing to help out around the house. But lately she has been itching to explore herself and what she is capable of. When she finds out about an audition at a big arts school, Amber decides to apply, with the assistance of her school’s choir director and Will, Devon’s older brother. As Amber and Will practice music together, their relationship becomes complicated, and Amber starts doing things that are decidedly bad. And when life suddenly gets crazier than she ever imagined was possible, she is faced with determining the difference between right and wrong, good and bad, and figuring out where she fits in.

No Place to Fall is set in a small town and filled with a colorful cast of characters, which are brought to life with Brown’s descriptive prose. While Amber faces choices that many teens won’t be able to directly identify with, readers will feel for her as she struggles with the decisions she has made and with bringing secrets out into the light. This book is an engaging read.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 368 pages
Publisher HarperTeen 
Publish Date 2014-Sep-12
ISBN 9780062270993 Buy this Book
Issue September 2014
Category Young Adult


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