• Breaking Bailey

  • By: Anonymous
  • Narrated by: Amanda Dolan
  • Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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In the tradition of Go Ask Alice and Lucy in the Sky, this heart-wrenching story chronicles a girl's fatal experience with testing her moral limits and the dangers of addiction.

Bailey welcomes a fresh start at the prestigious boarding school, Prescott Academy, far away from the painful memories of her mother's death and the unendurable happiness of her father and his new wife. She expects rigorous coursework and long hours of studying - what she doesn't expect is to be inducted into the Science Club, a group of wealthy and intelligent students who run a business cooking up drugs in their spare time.

Suddenly, Bailey has everything she's ever wanted, including a sweet and handsome boyfriend named Warren, the brainy lead chemist in the Club. But as she wades deeper into the murky waters of their business, Bailey finds herself struggling to reconcile her new lifestyle with moral dilemmas she just can't ignore.

Can she have it all without breaking?

©2019 Simon & Schuster, Inc. (P)2019 Tantor

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Too cliché and is very unrealistic

Although this book is supposed to be realistic fiction it absolutely is not. As someone who goes to a boarding prep school this book gives boarding schools a bad rap and it says so much stuff that is so not true. They decide to go with the very basic toxic boyfriend I can’t leave him vibe that is overdone and they make it look like all of the people who go to that school are damaged. This gives everything a bad rep at boarding school and it really annoys me with some of the things they say. There is no way there would be an empty science building there’s no way you could go and borrow someone else’s car there is no way you could do 90% of the stuff in this book as a boarding school student and I would like that to be known.

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