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Fall into Darkness: 04/21/05

I'm currently reading Christopher Pike's Fall into Darkness which apparently turned into a made for TV movie for NBC in 1996. Maybe that's why the book sometimes seems so familiar. The book is written in a parallel structure, at times following Sharon who finds her life turned upside down by her friend's betrayal and at other times, following Ann, the one who schemes to ruin Sharon's life. Although the book seems to aimed at a young adult readership, it's tightly written and as compelling enough of a mystery for older readers to enjoy. At just shy of two hundred pages, it can be easily read in a weekend.

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