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by Diane Hoh
Don't Let Me Die! book. Diane Hoh is the author of fifty-seven novels for young adults. She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Don't Let Me Die! book.
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1998 : USA Paperback.
Diane Hoh. A high schooler suspects that a tragic roller coaster crash . Diane Hoh. Framed for a crime she didn't commit, Nora must prove her innocence
Diane Hoh. A high schooler suspects that a tragic roller coaster crash wasn't an accident. If it weren't for the Boardwalk, the small town of Santa Luisa might disappear altogether. Framed for a crime she didn't commit, Nora must prove her innocence. For Nora Mulgrew, the days between the end of Salem University's summer session and the start of fall semester are the "dead time. But she has already been initiated, and the Others aren't going to let her go without a fight. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Diane Hoh including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.
Diane Hoh is an American author of young adult horror, best known for her Nightmare Hall series and Point Horror novels Truth or Die (1993). Book of Horrors (1994). Don't Let Me Die! (August 28, 1998). Titanic: The Long Night (1998).
Diane Hoh is an American author of young adult horror, best known for her Nightmare Hall series and Point Horror novels. Win, Lose or Die (1994). Deadly Visions (1995).
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A Biography of Diane Hoh. Prologue. THEY SAT IN A CIRCLE around the blazing fire, their features distorted by the dancing orange and yellow flames. Their heads were down, their jackets pulled tightly around them for warmth. They called themselves the Others. Norman dropped to a crouching position. The firelight played across his thin, pale face, casting eerie shadows that turned his skin to reddish-orange and lit a menacing yellow light in his eyes.
At first Don't Let Me Die! looks like another semi-good teen book, but once you get past the title, it's really very powerful and moving. Interestingly, Lindsay Caldwell is the pen name of Diane Hoh, who is better known in the genre of teen horror books. When Lucy is involved in a terrible car crash and loses control of her legs, she must make some tough decisions about what she is going to do. The book covers it all: the accident itself, written very well; Lucy's waking in the hospital; her horror and shock when she finally sees her ruined legs; her stay at a physical therapy hospital.
Don't Let Me Die! (August 28, 1998).