Tell Me What You See

Tell Me What You See

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Baker & Taylor
After eating a mysterious plant she found in the crypt of a young child, Alissa experiences visions and fevers, and worries if this magic plant has taken over her soul. Reprint.

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Teen gothic horror from a new German author: sexy-scary!

Lost in a cemetery, Alissa stumbles into a crypt, where she finds a veinous purple plant growing up through the lid of a casket. Weirdly compelled, she opens the coffin and cuts off the growth, which had wormed its roots into the corpse's rotting heart. Soon, the hypnotic plant has taken hold of Alissa, too. Seduced by visions, she starts to lose sight of reality. And her kiss now carries a terrible power. Can her best friend, Evelin, save her from her strange, consuming passions--and from Simon, her crazed stalker ex?

Lost in a cemetery, Alissa stumbles into a crypt, where she finds a veinous purple plant growing up through the lid of a casket. Weirdly compelled, she opens the coffin and cuts off the growth, which had wormed its roots into the corpse's rotting heart. Soon, the hypnotic plant has taken hold of Alissa, too. Seduced by visions, she starts to lose sight of reality. And her kiss now carries a terrible power. Can her best friend, Evelin, save her from her strange, consuming passions--and from Simon, her crazed stalker ex?



Baker
& Taylor

From the point of view of each person, tells how Alissa finds an odd plant that gives her strange powers, how Simon stalks Alissa because he can't get over their break-up, and how Evelin tries to help Alissa with everything.

Publisher: 2005
ISBN: 9780439724531
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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