Shipping (per book) : 50
Genre : Fiction
TARGET AUDIENCE: Teenagers, Adults
Pages : 150
Welcome to Westford, Connecticut, a town with cotillions, elite clubs and just enough drama to spice everything up. Ingrid Addison, a high society girl with difficult parents, wants out of the life assigned to her. When she receives her acceptance letter to the Crissborne Williams School, one of the most exclusive private schools in the United States, Ingrid is ecstatic. The glitz and the glamour of it all are almost overwhelming. When she gets there though, she sees that itâ€™s not all that itâ€™s cracked up to be. The teachers are disrespectful, her peers snooty, and the Principal, Irene Starkey, rules the school like a dictator. Nothing is how she expected it to be. Enter James Weatherley, the good guy with a bad reputation, and more specifically, Ingridâ€™s partner in crime. The pair always seems to be up to shenanigans-whether itâ€™s blackmailing the Principal, sneaking out at night, or getting into car crashes, Ingrid Addison and James Weatherley usually, have their hands all over it. For the first time, everything seems to be perfect. Ingrid has the three best friends that she could ask for, a cute guy who lives in the same building as her, and a whole closet full of expensive brand names. What more could she want? Things are going well with everything and everyone. Chinks in the armour start to surface when bonds are tested. Her friends seem to have more and more tension between they and her teachers whisper about her behind her back. Just when Ingrid thinks that nothing can get worse...it gets worse. What happens when James starts ignoring her? What happens when everyone seems to be uniting for the first time only, theyâ€™re joining against her? Ingrid would do anything to save her friendships, especially when her beloved reputation seems to be slipping away. What happens when she no longer cares? Enter the town of Westford Connecticut, for a stay in the Crissborne Williams School. â€œWelcome to hell. Enjoy your stay.â€
About the Author:
Sahana is a fourteen-year-old. She currently attends Sanskriti school in New Delhi, having earlier been to Bradley Hills Elementary School in Maryland, USA and Auckland High School, Shimla. What she loves the most in the world are her friends, Harry Potter and coffee, roughly in that order. She is an avid reader, and her other favourite books include -but are not limited to-All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. She has written analytical pieces on the prejudices we face in the real world and how books can help deal with them. She has also reported on the Himachal Art Festival in The Asian Age. This book was written when she was twelve years old, soon after a move back from the US after living there for four years. The fascination for writing and storytelling came from a young age when she would sit wide-eyed, and completely still an unusual feat for the extraordinarily energetic toddler- as her mother read stories out to her. Ever since she was young, Sahana has wanted to help change the world for the better. And in doing so, she believes changing minds comes first. She lives with her dog, her sister and her parents in New Delhi.