The Pretenders (The Similars) (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the The Similars series.
- #1: The Similars (Hardcover): $17.99
In this thrilling sequel to New York Times bestselling mystery book for teens The Similars, Emma must figure out who she really is, decide between two boys with the same face, and stop a dangerous revenge plan.
Emma is still reeling from the events of her junior year at the elite boarding school Darkwood. Not only is her best friend, Oliver, shockingly alive, but the boy she loves—his genetic copy, Levi—is still on the island where he grew up, stranded with his deranged guardian.
More importantly, she is grappling with who she really is. Emma can't accept the hard truths she learned last year and refuses to share her secrets with anyone, isolating herself from the Similars and Ollie.
But when more of the Similars' creator's plot is revealed, Emma and her friends will have to try to stop him from putting a plan into motion that could destroy everyone she loves.
Don't miss this propulsive conclusion to The Similars duology!
Perfect for people looking for:
- gifts for teen girls 16-18
- suspense thriller books for teens
- the best boarding school books
Praise for The Similars duology:
"Plenty of action...and the end is a deftly handled twist on a twist that will confound readers in a good way."—Booklist on The Pretenders
"An engaging ride...the novel calls attention to larger questions of identity, selfhood, and what it means to be human."—Kirkus on The Pretenders
"Fascinating. I was captivated."—Francine Pascal, bestselling author of the Sweet Valley High and Fearless series on The Similars
"[A]s immersive and fast-paced as it is shrewd, compelling and heartbreaking."—Ray Kurzweil, inventor, futurist, and New York Times bestselling author on The Similars
Also in this series:
The Similars (Book 1)
About the Author
Rebecca Hanover received a BA from Stanford University in English and drama and was awarded an Emmy for Best Writing in 2008 as a staff writer on the CBS daytime drama Guiding Light. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America and lives in San Francisco. Visit rebeccahanover.com.
"An engaging ride...the novel calls attention to larger questions of identity, selfhood, and what it means to be human." — Kirkus Reviews
"Plenty of action...and the end is a deftly handled twist on a twist that will confound readers in a good way." — Booklist