New kid Lani Garver is a freak. First of all, no one can figure out if he is a she or a he. And he’s about to bring bodily harm upon himself for refusing to follow the unwritten rules of small town Hackett Island High’s ruling elite, the muscle-bound boys of the local fisherman known as the “fish frat.” But the weirdest thing about Lani is that he doesn’t even seem to care. His peaceful manner draws popular, yet introspective Claire to him, and soon they are both marked as untouchables by the fish frat. But how far will these guys go to break Lani’s spirit and punish Claire for associating with him? It’s not like they could kill him…could they? Nothing is as it seems in this strange and foggy nail biter by the author of the equally mysterious and creepy Body of Christopher Creed.
5 thoughts on “What Happened to Lani Garver by Carol Plum-Ucci”
It’s my favourite book. Seriously.
The best book I have ever read. It changed how I think about a lot of things.
this book is ine of the greatest books i’ve ever read, and i read alot. It’s changed the way i view the world, people and alot of other things, i’ve learned to clear the smoke from the mirror…and when i can’t.,..I don’t look.
I don’t really read very much unless I have to but this was a really amazing book. I would recomend that you read it. Trust me once you start reading it you won’t be able to put it down. You should also read another one of her books called The Body of Christipher Creed. That is a really great book too
This book is amazing. I read it in one sitting! I absolutley love this book because it gives you a new outlook on the meaning of life. Just because of someones sexuality, people can completly change. On this little island, when Lani come the whole town is shook upside down. Poor Lani dosent stand a chance against the popular kids AND the fish frat. Lani’s character is inspiring and Claire amazes me with all the things she has been through. That girl has done alot! This is a book I would recomend in a heartbeat to anyone! This book is amazing……plain and simple. I cant wait to read it again.