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By Lois Duncan

ISBN-10: 0316194530

ISBN-13: 9780316194532

The ladies at Modesta highschool think like they're caught in a few anti-feminist time warp-they're confronted with sexism at each flip, and they've had sufficient. backed by means of their new paintings instructor, Ms. Stark, they band jointly to shape the Daughters of Eve. It's greater than a faculty club-it's a mystery society, a sisterhood. at the start, it sort of feels like they're truly altering the way in which men in school deal with them. yet Ms. Stark urges them to take extra vindictive motion, and it begins to consider extra like revenge-brutal revenge. Blinded by way of their oath of loyalty, the Daughters of Eve turn into tools of vengeance. Can considered one of them holiday the spell prior to actual tragedy moves?

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Tally wanted to leave the Smoke behind, to escape all the tangled memories of running and hiding and feeling like a betrayer. She hated glancing every minute at the elevator door, wondering if the costumed Special had followed her up here. She wanted to feel totally belonging somewhere, not waiting for the next disaster to strike. Maybe what Shay kept saying was right, and tonight’s vote would fix all that. The Crims were one of the tightest cliques in New Pretty Town. You had to be voted in, and once you were a Crim, you could always depend on friends and parties and bubbly conversation.

In his fascination with the scar, Zane was extra beautiful, and his expression gave her a tingly feeling-like being at the center of everything, but without the spinning. Zane’s costume surge had worn off; his lips returned to normal pretty fullness. Still, he always looked extreme in daylight. His face was all contrasts, his chin and cheekbones sharp, his forehead high. His skin was the same olive as everyone’s, but in the sun, against his dark hair, it somehow looked pale. The operation guidelines wouldn’t let you have jet-black hair, which the Committee thought was too extreme, but Zane dyed his with calligraphy ink.

Shay took another spoonful and put it straight into her mouth, closing her eyes to chew the little fish eggs. She twisted her ring to start some music. Tally swallowed and drank more Bloody, which at least stopped the room from spinning. The chocolate muffins were starting to smell good. Then she’d move on to the hash browns. Then the omelette; she might even try the caviar. Breakfast was the meal when Tally most felt like she had to make up for the time she’d lost out in the wild. A good breakfast binge made her feel in control, as if a storm of city-made tastes could erase the months of stews and SpagBol.

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