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Wolf, Jennifer Shaw.
New York : Walker Books for Young Readers, 2012

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To the world, Allie was the perfectly happy, spoiled girlfriend. Trip was the rich popular boy who gave her everything she could possibly need or want. Sure, Allie had some enemies in town, but it was nothing Allie couldnít handle. What everyone didnít know was what happened behind the scenes. And then, the accident happened... The night Trip died in the accident, Allie lost everything including her memory of the event. With no recollection of the events, Allie is left scarred and guilt-stricken. As she and the town mourn Tripís loss, Tripís family and the detective they hired are suspicious of Allie and her best friend Blake. Throughout the book, the mystery of Tripís death is paralleled by Allieís journey of forgiveness and her ability to open up and express herself in order to accept new love and move on. If you want to know the truth about Allieís car accident and Tripís death, read Breaking Beautiful. (From  (South Carolina Young Adult Book Award, 2015, Prepared by: Susan Adams, Spring Valley High School,

SUBJECTS:    Traffic accidents -- Fiction.
                        Memory -- Fiction.
                        Dating violence -- Fiction.
                        Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
                        Twins -- Fiction.
                        Dating (Social customs) -- Fiction.
                        Mystery and detective stories.
                        Mystery fiction.

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