THOUGHTS & PRAYERS
Thoughts & Prayers
When Lily Jeong—smothered by her parents and ignored by classmates—unwittingly aids her boyfriend in a school shooting, she struggles to hide her complicity from investigators. Forced to face the devastated survivors, she hides in plain sight as their grief turns to vengeance.
"Gripping, frightening, maddening, heart wrenching. This book is all that and more. Told from multiple perspectives, it’s the story of what happens when a teenage girl unwittingly allows her boyfriend access to her school resulting in the shooting deaths of 15 people. It gives us a glimpse into the psyche of all those affected: students, teachers, families, first responders."
"I read THOUGHTS & PRAYERS from start to finish in one sitting"
Praise & Reviews
"I hung onto every word. I cried, I empathized with these characters. Each character so different, and grieving in their own ways. This book was powerful, emotional, and heavy. It’s also something I hope everyone will read... Bravo to the author for giving such a gut wrenching look into a subject that’s so hard to think about."
"This book . . . is something I hope everyone will read"
"I was immediately drawn in to the story, and found [it] both engaging and highly moving. The pacing is great, themes clear, characters interesting and believable, and it has excellent tension. The writing is impeccable . . . and the story is topical and roused my emotions about the issue."
"An emotional read which had me gripped from the first chapter!"
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About Lee Anne Post
Lee Anne Post is the pen name for co-authors Catherine Baldau, Tara Bell, Ginny Fite, and K.P. Robbins. Stories by these award-winning authors have appeared in numerous journals and individually they have published nine novels. They have worked as reporters and editors, in politics and philanthropy, and in advertising and educational institutions. Having met in a writer’s critique group for over five years, they were spurred by their collective grief and then admiration as they watched Parkland students deal with the aftermath of that shooting.