Only three people had access to the racy pics of Ms. Bailey.
There's DREW, an athlete who seems to have it all. Sure, he can't always make the winning shot, but he can get almost any girl's private photos -- and has a history of passing those photos around.
Then there's MOUSE, a scrawny super-genius who's desperate to go to MIT and escape his father. He's willing to do anything, legal or not, to pay for MIT and prove himself.
And finally, there's JENNA, a good girl turned rebel after her own shocking photos made the rounds last year. People call her a slut, a victim, a girl who should have been more careful. She's still waiting for justice to be served, but how far is she willing to go to get it?
All three swear they didn't leak the photos -- but they each have their secrets.
Praise for Easy Prey:
"More than just a racy whodunnit, Catherine Lo’s second YA novel is eerily well plotted...In the age of #MeToo, it’s this dark element of the story – and how Jenna deals with the fallout – that will likely resonate most with adolescent readers."
--Quill & Quire
"Lo weaves together a robust narrative about privacy and revenge. Through flashbacks, Lo slowly pieces together the events that led up to the damaging incident. She successfully creates sympathetic characters whose complicated, authentic choices leave readers with an understanding that nothing is as lacking in nuance as it might seem."
"Lo creates realistic, multidimensional characters while exploring the legal and ethical ramifications of privacy as it plays out in a hormonally charged high school environment...A provocative story about the consequences of poor decisions in our digital world."