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  • ISBN 9780698175860
  • 402 Minutes (Verify)
  • Penguin Audio
  • Adult


Rachel Vail, Read by: Corey Allen, Read by: Ramón de Ocampo, Read by: Nora Hunter, Read by: Cassandra Morris



Praise for Unfriended:

“Hearkens back to Vail’s wonderful The Friendship Ring series in its opportunity to see how various characters delight, suffer, and rationalize, complicating the portrayals. . . Clear and compelling. . . This will be an irresistible starter to a discussion of ethics and values, and readers will appreciate both the cautionary tale and the message of survival’s possibility.” —BCCB, starred review

“With keen insight, Vail reveals the internal struggles with uncertainty and self-doubt that can plague young teens regardless of popularity status. . . With a resolution that is both realistic and hopeful, Vail captures the complexity of middle school social challenges, insightfully addressing the issues of friendships and integrity.” —Publishers Weekly

“Vail has a great ear for dialogue, and her characters. . . are well differentiated and realistic.” —VOYA

“A realistic portrayal of middle school life. Truly is depicted as a complex young adult, not a single-minded social climber. . . [and] the other characters are multidimensional; they have struggles and worries, and are not the flat, stereotypical popular kids that are sometimes portrayed in YA novels. . . A solid choice that will ignite meaningful discussion.” —School Library Journal

“Vail brings her sharp observations and wry humor to the world of eighth-grade friendships.” —Horn Book

Praise for Rachel Vail:

Wonder is wonderful! It’s got energy, humor and heart.” —Judy Blume, for Wonder

“The writing is sharp, unpredictably clever” —Avi, Newbery Medalist, for Justin Case: School, Drool, and other Daily Disasters

“Vail again demonstrates a penetrating insight into the concerns of young teen girls … Readers will absorb this in one fell swoop.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review, for Lucky

“Vail proves that first love is anything but simple and sweet. Her razor-sharp wit will keep readers turning pages.” —Publishers Weekly, for If We Kiss