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Glass Stars (Chronicles of V Book 1)

by Tasche Laine

Published Jul 26, 2020 by Skye Blue Press (July 26, 2020)

Price was: $4.99

Price today: $2.99

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4.8 out of 5 on Amazon with 35 ratings

A shocking disappearance. Tragic family news. V searches for answers… even if it leads her into the face of danger.

Fourteen-year-old freshman Violet “V” Jiménez knows Emma will have her back on their first anxiety-ridden day of high school. So when her best friend is kidnapped just as classes begin, the determined V vows to find Emma at any cost. But her resolve is thrown a major curve with her mother’s sudden cancer diagnosis.

Struggling to cope with the shock of her mom’s ailing health and feeling things couldn’t possibly get worse, V finds solace following in the footsteps of her favorite teenage TV detective. When she discovers a link to another missing girl, her investigation takes her on an alarming ride deep inside an insidious criminal lair.

Can V expose the city’s menacing underbelly before her friend is lost forever?

Glass Stars is the first book in the mesmerizing Glass Stars YA contemporary fiction series. If you like gutsy heroines and heartbreaking conspiracies, you’ll love Tasche Laine’s venture into the darker side of trouble.

Buy Glass Stars to never give up hope today!

♥ A portion of the proceeds from Glass Stars sales will be donated by the author to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in Charmel’s name. You can also contribute by purchasing this book through smile.amazon.com and selecting NCMEC as your charity. 0.5% of all your eligible purchases will be donated to the charity you select through the smile program.

To donate directly, report a missing child, or for more information, go to missingkids.org or call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).


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