Winner of the Adirondack Center for Writing Literary Award for Best Children's/Young Adult Fiction 2013.Something happened at the party in the woods two weeks ago, but Jen's having trouble remembering that night. She wasn't the type that normally went to parties but she wanted to expand her horizons, maybe find a date for the prom who wasn't in the marching band. Ever since that night, though, she feels like all eyes are on her, judging. What is with everyone?Then Jen sees the pictures, those horrible disgusting pictures, and knows her life will never be the same. All her dreams for junior year vanish in an instant. Instead of a boyfriend and prom, she'll be the school's pariah, the one everyone wishes would just disappear.That's fine with Jen. There's no way she can keep going to school after this anyway. With nowhere to turn, she runs as fast and as far as she can.Another big mistake. Huge, colossal, epic fail. Compared to the situation she finds herself in, her life back at school seems like a cakewalk. Alone and afraid, can Jen survive on her own? Or will this be it, her uneventful life over before she has even been kissed?Sometimes the only thing you can do when you are hopelessly lost, is find yourself. Or die trying.