Beware That Girl has all the markings of a crossover hit. It’s smart, dark, entertaining, and unpredictable.
— School Library Journal, May 2016
Complete with a disturbing yet satisfying conclusion, this is a must-have for teen fans of psychological thrillers such as Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl.
— Quill & Quire: Starred review and Editor’s Choice
Toten moves her psychological thriller forward at a quiet pace, building tension as she teases out character motivations and unsavory secrets.”
— Booklist, May 2016
Beware That Girl is a terrifying chess game, and Toten is the ultimate player.
— National Reading Campaign
Beware that Girl is a thriller which will keep readers on the edge of their seats… Toten manages to keep the suspense building, and the climax is as unexpected as it is thrilling.
— CM Magazine
a fusion of mystery, drama and thrill, that will leave you puzzling over all its intricacies long after you’ve turned the last page.
Readers will be absorbed by this gripping, sometimes disturbing drama.
— The Bulletin of the Centre for Children’s Books
This is a thriller with twists and turns doled out slowly as the reader discovers the truth everyone is hiding. It starts out strong and ends intense.
— Capitol Choices: Noteworthy Books for Children and Teens
A tense teen thriller.
Welcome …and exhale.
Make yourself at home and feel free to poke around
Teresa Toten won the Governor General’s Literary Award for The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B. She is the author of the acclaimed Blondes series, as well as Shattered Glass, The Onlyhouse, and, with Eric Walters, The Taming.
What do you mean by "bad date"? Men: She just lay there. Women: t.co/7B0rFE2nqZ