Deliver Her

  • by Patricia Perry Donovan
  • Narrated by Emily Foster, James Foster, Tanya Eby
  • 8 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On the night of Alex Carmody's sixteenth birthday, she and her best friend, Cass, are victims of a terrible car accident. Alex survives; Cass doesn't. Consumed by grief, Alex starts cutting school and partying, growing increasingly detached. The future she'd planned with her friend is now meaningless to her.
Meg Carmody is heartbroken for her daughter, even as she's desperate to get Alex's life back on track. The Birches, a boarding school in New Hampshire, promises to do just that, yet Alex refuses to go. But when Meg finds a bag of pills hidden in the house, she makes a fateful call to a transporter whose company specializes in shuttling troubled teens to places like The Birches, under strict supervision. Meg knows Alex will feel betrayed - as will her estranged husband, who knows nothing of Meg's plans for their daughter.
When the transport goes wrong - and Alex goes missing - Meg must face the consequences of her decision and her deception. But the hunt for Alex reveals that Meg is not the only one keeping secrets.


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YA Literature

This is YA literature at its best. Involving story; teenage angst; clueless parents. Which is also the reason I didn't like it. I'm no longer a teenager. Haven't been one in a very long time. (My grandchildren are older than Alex.) I'd rather read about adult themes, such as following Alex's parents through their divorce, through his addiction and rehabilitation, if he goes for any. How did the family get to the "other side"? Were they intact? What did they learn? This was a good story, just not my choice.
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- Boots "Listening to books and knitting. Two favorite activities I can do simultaneously!"

great story, a little close to home right now!!!!

with 4 daughters who are both in her teenage years it made me a little upset but it was a very very good story but have a good ending and I loved the bits of singing in it
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- Jason E Burgher

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-01-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio