Twittercide: the killing of one human being by another while the victim is in the act of tweeting.
Call me crazy, but I figured writing for the Herbert Hoover High Homepage would be a pretty sweet gig. Pad the resume for college applications, get a first look at the gossip column, spend some time ogling the paper's brooding bad-boy editor, Chase Erikson. But on my first big story, things went . . . a little south. What should have been a normal interview with Sydney Sanders turned into me discovering the homecoming queen-hopeful dead in her pool. Electrocuted while Tweeting. Now, in addition to developing a reputation as HHH's resident body finder, I'm stuck trying to prove that Sydney's death wasn't suicide.
I'm starting to long for the days when my biggest worry was whether the cafeteria was serving pizza sticks or Tuesday Tacos. . . .
Level 4.7, 8 Points
|Grouped Work ID||02513881-a7b3-d2de-5967-b40227a56b75|
|Grouping Title||social suicide|
|Grouping Author||halliday gemma|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-06-23 22:43:27PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-06-23 23:53:44PM|
|detailed_location_school||McGavock High - Teen Fiction|
|display_description||"Hartley Featherstone's first big story for the school paper takes an unexpected turn when she discovers the girl she's supposed to interview dead in her swimming pool"-- Provided by publisher.|
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|record_details||ils:CARL0000394255|Book|Books||English|HarperTeen,|2012.|277 p. ; 21 cm., overdrive:fe09f5c7-14bd-45f4-9293-83210fa7644b|eBook|eBook||English|HarperCollins|2012||
|series||Deadly cool novels|
|series_with_volume||Deadly cool novels|2|
|subject_facet||Detective and mystery stories, High schools -- Fiction, Journalism -- Fiction, Schools -- Fiction|
|title_full||Social Suicide, Social suicide / by Gemma Halliday|
|topic_facet||Detective and mystery stories, High schools, Journalism, Mystery, Schools, Young Adult Fiction|