Going Under (2020)

Going Under Jennifer M. Barry Going Under Chase Bradford king of New York City s high school elite is dragged to Nashville for his senior year at St Ambrose Academy On his second day the Queen Bee is found dead in the school swimming pool
  • Title: Going Under
  • Author: Jennifer M. Barry
  • ISBN: 9781492159407
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
Going Under Jennifer M. Barry Chase Bradford, king of New York City s high school elite, is dragged to Nashville for his senior year at St Ambrose Academy On his second day, the Queen Bee is found dead in the school swimming pool Chase isn t surprised, since he saw a vision on the water s surface during swim practice just hours before Cheyenne died.Before Chase can properly freak out, he discovers sChase Bradford, king of New York City s high school elite, is dragged to Nashville for his senior year at St Ambrose Academy On his second day, the Queen Bee is found dead in the school swimming pool Chase isn t surprised, since he saw a vision on the water s surface during swim practice just hours before Cheyenne died.Before Chase can properly freak out, he discovers snarky writer Natalie and narcoleptic computer genius Bryan also possess unusual abilities The three must work together to discover how Cheyenne died and why before the killer can get away with it But Natalie and Bryan are from different social circles and pose a threat to Chase s elite status High school politics are nothing new to Chase, but the psychic abilities are.The list of suspects isn t surprising, since few people actually liked the popular queen of the elite Chase, Natalie, and Bryan follow every vision, every lead even Cheyenne s own father right up to the shocking end.
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  1. Sandi Layne

    This is a murder mystery wrapped up in a coming of age, teenaged blushing romance.And it s the GUY who s doing the I ve got a CRUSH on her thing, which I think is totally adorable.Jennifer Barry weaves an interesting story with a deft hand in this YA tale Chase, our hero, is our narrator as well A transplanted Manhattan ite, he s been relocated to Nashville and slides into the local Elite crew at his new school with ease.But, that s not where he finds his true comfort zone.Between startling shoc [...]

  2. Jules Goud

    I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book And man, was it good A fabulous blend of murder, mystery, paranormal, romance and surprises At first, I thought that I wasn t going to like Chase I mean, he is talking about social status and to me, the blurb sorta made it seem like that was all he cared about However, I was wrong Chase is actually a great guy and I enjoyed having the book from his perspective He wasn t all the worried about social status in fact, he hated most of the elite but, wor [...]

  3. Jane

    Going Under The Oracles of St Ambrose by Jennifer M Barry4 StarsWhen Chase moves to a new town with his father the last thing he expects is for a student to be murdered in the pool of his new school on his first day, but that is exactly what happens And to make matters worse he seems psychically connected to the victim somehow Realising that he is not the only person experiencing these new visions, Chase becomes friends with an unlikely pair, Bryan and Cinnamon.Going Under is an unusual story wi [...]

  4. Ashley Nelson

    Going Under is the first book in the Oracles of St Ambrose series Chase Bradford is new to Nashville, a recent transplant from NYC, and not at all happy about what he views as a serious downgrade in atmosphere and lifestyle After swim team practice on his first day at St Ambrose Academy, he see a vision of blood and death in the water The next day, the head mean girl of the school is found drowned in the pool Chase is understandably freaked out Why did he have that vision, and why does he keep h [...]

  5. Victoria Ellis

    A new school, hot boys, psychic powers and a dead queen Bee I received Going Under as part of a give away and was super excited when I found a thank you card inside from Jennifer M Barry in addition to it being signed I thought it was such a nice gesture So thank you, thank you, thank you I m not going to lie but it took me a long time to be able to look at the cover and not hate it But by now I have leant to live with it I don t have any problem with the main guy on the cover, who I presume to [...]

  6. David Kirk

    Every now and then I get surprised when I read genres I usually stay away from I must admit young adult paranormal is not my thing In fact, the only reason I bought this book was because the first two books by this author I found exceptional After reading the description on the back of the book, I could almost guess the storyline brutally handsome guys, really hot girls, everyone had money, and everyone drove imported sports cars Ugh, I thought, here we go again I was in for one of those surpris [...]

  7. Lea

    I received an ARC from the lovely Jen and powered right through it on my day offn t wait to read the next one whenever it comes out It was also kind of refreshing to read from a male s POVother great book Jen

  8. Brandy

    Going Under by Jennifer M Barry is a fast paced read which reminisced Christopher Pike s YA paranormal novels for this adult fan high school reality meets murder mystery with a just right touch of weird.Strong storytelling and excellent writing entertained from page 1 onward Ms Barry nails the cocky but good natured voice of rich new kid Chase Bradford, who is none too thrilled with leaving his life in NYC for the halls of St Ambrose Academy in Nashville TN Being one of the elite is his birthrig [...]

  9. Jenny C.

    I really enjoyed this book Barry captures an authentic male teen voice in her book I liked how Chase had to challenge himself in terms of his relationships with his father and with his peers The different talents of the friends are also neat to explore, and I liked the historical oracle references The actual mystery of what happened kept pushing me to read along I was surprised at the actual culprit, and I actually wanted a devious ending However, I think it was believable for a YA read to have [...]

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