Rx

· Sold by Simon and Schuster
4.1
11 reviews
Ebook
272
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About this ebook

Thyme Gilchrest is an honors student.
Thyme Gilchrest is popular.
Thyme Gilchrest is on student council.
Thyme Gilchrest is a drug dealer.


Like piecing together a logic puzzle, Thyme has organized a complex trading system that enables her to obtain the meds her friends need. They all come to her to diagnose their problems and provide the "cure" -- be it Prozac, Ritalin, Vicodin...She's therapist, doctor, and pharmacist all in one. She helps people. And that makes her feel a little more in control -- a little more capable of dealing with her own frantic high school life. Because Thyme Gilchrest is nothing if not good at dealing.
4.1
11 reviews
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February 28, 2016
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A Google user
Nothing about this book stood out. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't fantastic, either. I started to see people in my class differently, because I had never thought in terms of "the 20" before - there's a similar clique at my school. But yeah, it was just your average novel.
A Google user
I really this book. It had me begging for more. I hope that Tracy Lynn would write a sequal. When Thyme uses and sells drugs, it makes it seem like she isn't the normal druggie.

About the author

Tracy Lynn is a pseudonym. Liz Braswell is a real person. After the sort of introverted childhood you would expect from a writer, Liz earned a degree in Egyptology at Brown University and then promptly spent the next ten years producing video games. Finally she caved in to fate and wrote Snow, her first novel, followed by the Nine Lives of Chloe King series under her real name, because by then the assassins hunting her were all dead. Liz lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two children, and the occasional luna moth.

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