Dara Simons and Will Halpern have everything they've ever wanted. They are the rulers of Greenpoint High's geekdom, overachieving in every way, and it's an intense competition to see who will be valedictorian. One the entire school is invested in. That is, until Rumor Has It, the anonymous gossip site, posts a video of Dara accusing Will of paying someone to take the SAT for him.
When the video goes viral, suddenly Will's being investigated, and everyone's wondering how he pulled off cheating on the SAT. But Dara swears that she didn't say any of those things, which seems a little hard to believe since it's her in the video.
Did Will cheat?
Is it Dara saying he did?
Who's lying, and who's telling the truth?
The answer is more shocking than anyone realizes...
Praise for Sarah Darer Littman
"Littman pens a raw, frighteningly realistic, and absorbing look at cyberbullying and the damaging effects of airing private trauma in a public forum." -- Publishers Weekly
"This is a powerful and credible story." -- Booklist
Want to Go Private?
"A bold investigation of a potentially lethal, if common, mixture for teen girls: emotional immaturity, technology and emerging sexuality." -- Los Angeles Times
"This book is a compelling, if not disturbing, read." -- School Library Journal
Anything But Okay
"With well-developed characters, Littman explores growth and personal relationships alongside pain, mental illness, and social issues -- showing how people can come together to heal." -- Kirkus Reviews
"This novel by Littman tackles the current sociopolitical climate with multifaceted, redeemable characters." -- Publishers Weekly
In Case You Missed It
"Littman crafts an unnerving cautionary tale about misplaced digital trust and illusions of privacy." -- Publishers Weekly
"An unexpectedly layered story of slow awakening and redemption." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Convincing and absorbing." -- Publishers Weekly
"Littman catches the voice of teen readers with her spot-on dialogue and realistic situations." -- The Jewish Journalr
"An intimate and powerful novel." -- The Stamford Times