Friday, March 15, 2013

Blog Tour: Escape Theory by Margaux Froley

  Book Description
Sixteen-year-old Devon Mackintosh has always felt like an outsider at Keaton, the prestigious California boarding school perched above the Pacific. As long as she’s not fitting in, Devon figures she might as well pad her application to Stanford’s psych program. So junior year, she decides to become a peer counselor, a de facto therapist for students in crisis. At first, it seems like it will be an easy fly-on-the-wall gig, but her expectations are turned upside down when Jason Hutchins (a.k.a. “Hutch”), one of the Keaton’s most popular students, commits suicide.

 Devon dives into her new role providing support for Hutch’s friends, but she’s haunted by her own attachment to him. The two shared an extraordinary night during their first week freshman year; it was the only time at Keaton when she felt like someone else really understood her.  As the secrets and confessions pile up in her sessions, Devon comes to a startling conclusion: Hutch couldn't have taken his own life. Bound by her oath of confidentialityand tortured by her unrequited love—Devon embarks on a solitary mission to get to the bottom of Hutch's death, and the stakes are higher than she ever could have imagined.

 Margaux Froley
Margaux Froley is a Southern California native and a boarding school grad. She spent the last few years working her way through the Hollywood ranks to become a television writer on CW's Privileged. She then moved to New York to become a development executive at MTV Networks. Escape Theory is her first novel.


  1. I'm sure I've come across this cover before, but I never paid much attention to what it was about. It sounds pretty interesting, though! Thanks for sharing. :)

  2. I started this one but had to drop it for a while because I had much more urgent arcs to deal with. But I'll go back to it soon, it's scheduled for review in just a week or so.
    It sounds super interesting, but I remember being bothered by the protagonist's name being repeated over and over again. A personal pronoun here and there would have been nice.

  3. Wow. This sounds really good. And I love that the author used to write for the show Privledged. I loved that show!! Thanks for sharing!

    Jesse @ Pretty In Fiction


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