Uninvited - Amanda Marrone Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847381820 / Genre: Horror / Author: Amanda Marrone / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 2007-11-05 by Simon & Schuster ... more
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Pages: 208, Paperback, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
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Uninvited is a teen fiction novel by Amana Marrone. It was released on 5th November 2007 and is 208 pages long. Plot Jordan isn't having a very good time. Her ex boyfriend is dead, she hardly goes out anymore and alienates her friends and thinks she may have messed up big time with a guy that could have been perfect for her. If things couldn't get any worse, dead ex boyfriend Michael starts turning up at her window every night begging her to let him in. Every night, Jordan keeps telling herself not to let him in, quite unable to believe that this is actually happening but smooth talking Michael reminds her of how much he loved/ loves her and wants her ... Read the complete review
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