Secrets, Lies and Locker 62 – Book Review
By Angela Youngman Sep 17, 2012, 18:43 GMT
Secrets have a special home at Mount Selwyn High. For years, students have posted their deepest desires and fears in Locker 62. And then this locker is assigned to new girl Maya. She could use the knowledge to help people. Or she could use it to become popular. Maya, who was bullied, who has never been cool, who will do anything to be popular, is now the most powerful girl ...more
Locker 62 has been out of use for a long time. It has become a habit for kids to push notes about their deepest fears and desires into the locker. Maya, a new girl, has been given the key. Opening the locker, she finds a mass of paper. Once she realizes what it is, she has a decision to make.
It could help her become instantly popular, she could help others - or use it to take revenge when necessary. As days pass, she soon becomes aware that the hidden secrets go back a long way. Just who was Hillary Randle? What is her connection to Maya?
A well written story, focusing on the problems of children being accepted at school. A light, quick read, it is entertaining and enjoyable. Maya is an engaging heroine with whom the reader can instantly empathies.
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