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THE SCARLET LETTERMAN continues the adventures of Miranda Tate and her friends at Bard Academy.

Ships from and sold by PHILLY - MART. THE SCARLET LETTERMAN continues the adventures of Miranda Tate and her friends at Bard Academy. When Wuthering High: A Bard Academy Novel (Bard Academy, the) ended, Miranda, Blade, Hana, and Samir had discovered that the faculty of the school for juvenile delinquents that the four of them attend are not just weirdos who like to torture kids on an island in the middle of nowhere. They're the ghosts of famous authors who died, mostly by their own hands, before their times.

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After a heroic first semester, Miranda's got Bard Academy's ghost faculty in her debt, a new boyfriend in hot basketball player Ryan Kent, and she's just turned in a paper about The Scarlet Letter that she's sure is A material. But when the Bard Queen Bee, Parker Rodham, claims she's attacked in the woods, Ryan is all too happy to play bodyguard. Then teachers start disappearing and the campus is abuzz with news of the Hooded Sweatshirt Stalker - not to mention sightings of a monster in the woods. Authors: Cara Lockwood. Books by same authors: Wuthering High: a Bard Academy Novel.

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The Scarlet Letterman (Bard Academy, by Cara Lockwood. Miranda Tate and her closest friends have been let in on a powerful secret: their teachers are famous dead writers. After a heroic first semester, Miranda's got Bard Academy's ghost faculty in her debt, a new boyfriend in hot basketball player Ryan. After a heroic first semester, Miranda's got Bard Academy's ghost faculty in her debt, a new boyfriend in hot basketball player Ryan Kent, and she's just turned in a paper about The Scarlet Letter that she's sure is A material. But when the Bard Queen Bee, Parker Rodham, claims she's attacked in the woods, Ryan is all too happy to play bodyguard

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Miranda Tate and her closest friends have been let in on a powerful secret: their teachers are famous dead writers. After a heroic first semester, Miranda's got Bard Academy's ghost faculty in her debt, a new boyfriend in hot basketball player Ryan Kent, and she's just turned in a paper about The Scarlet Letter that she's sure is A material. But when the Bard Queen Bee, Parker Rodham, claims she's attacked in the woods, Ryan is all too happy to play bodyguard. Then teachers start disappearing and the campus is abuzz with news of the Hooded Sweatshirt Stalker -- not to mention sightings of a monster in the woods. But it's Miranda who feels like a moving target when she is accused not only of plagiarism but of suspicious involvement in the attacks! Meanwhile, rumors are flying about what it really means that Miranda's wearing Ryan's varsity letterman jacket. And she just can't shake her nagging feelings for Heathcliff, who entrusted her with the locket that keeps him in the "real" world even though every one else thinks he's back where he belongs, in the pages of Wuthering Heights. Is he the campus stalker? Does she like him more than she likes Ryan? And how is that possible if he's only a character from a book?

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Knights from Bernin
Great book for high schoolers. I'm ready for more though. It was a VERY EASY read and took no time. Words are simple and quick to get through.
Braned
THE SCARLET LETTERMAN continues the adventures of Miranda Tate and her friends at Bard Academy. When Wuthering High: A Bard Academy Novel (Bard Academy, the) ended, Miranda, Blade, Hana, and Samir had discovered that the faculty of the school for juvenile delinquents that the four of them attend are not just weirdos who like to torture kids on an island in the middle of nowhere. They're the ghosts of famous authors who died, mostly by their own hands, before their times.

Miranda and the other students of Bard Academy are being taught by Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, Mary Shelley, and Charlotte Bronte, among others. Of course, this is not something they can go around sharing with people, not even other students. Miranda and her three friends have to keep it to themselves.

That's why, when weird things start happening, they find themselves involved. The other kids have their theories, but none are so well-informed as Miranda, Samir, Blade, and Hana. Around the campus, there are weird sightings of "monsters," and a Hooded Sweatshirt Stalker whose face no one has seen. When one of the teachers disappears, things are definitely getting serious.

Miranda can't help but think Heathcliff, the fictional character who escaped from the book Wuthering Heights (Bantam Classics), might be involved. Perhaps, though, that's just wishful thinking...

Not that she should be doing any wishful thinking at all about Heathcliff. She's got a boyfriend. And not just any boyfriend; she's the envy of half the school (the female half) when she wears hottie Ryan Kent's letter jacket.

It's not enough to just deal with figuring out the Hooded Sweatshirt Stalker, is it? Of course not, not for Miranda. She's also got to deal with regular school and social issues (though at a school for delinquents, she fears threats from Parker Rodham may not be so empty as they might have been back at home). On top of everything, she's facing some hostility from faculty members because of her knowledge of what goes on at Bard. She can't help but feel the key to it all would be to figure out what's going on, and she'd better do it fast, before someone gets hurt.

This is a great sequel to a great first novel! THE SCARLET LETTERMAN is a ton of fun to read; in fact, I sat down after getting home and read it in one afternoon! The characters, especially Miranda's friends, are interesting and funny, and the highly original paranormal element to this story adds an extra dimension to an already fabulously entertaining read. Cara Lockwood's writing is fantastic, flowing wonderfully and keeping the reader's attention throughout. There's plenty of suspense in this story, and the ending is open enough to allow for a sequel that readers will be dying to get their hands on while still tying up a lot of the conflict of the story, which is the kind of ending I like best! The ending of the first book was the same way. Both books could be stand-alone novels, but readers will better understand book number two if they've read Wuthering High: A Bard Academy Novel (Bard Academy, the). And who wouldn't want to read such a great book? It's certainly worth it; pick up THE SCARLET LETTERMAN!

Reviewed by: Jocelyn Pearce
Tebei
The second book in the Bard Academy was as great as the first book. Miranda was still funny and witty--just a wonderful character. The Scarlet Letterman picks up where Wuthering High left off. The sequel was just as entertaining as the first. The secondary characters were still funny and in this book they felt more real. What I like about this series is that each book can stand alone--the book doesn't end in a cliffhanger. All the aspects of the book (romance, paranormal, comedy) were evened out more and worked really good. I loved the mystery part of this book. I knew who it was about 1/3 into the book but it didn't stop me from enjoying the story.
-Carol
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Ffan
This book is fun, entertaining, and hard to put down. The story continues where "Wuthering High" left off, with Miranda now dating Ryan - and Heathcliff never far from her mind. There are attacks at the school and rumors flying around - both about mysterious events and about Miranda herself - and the reader gets sucked in almost immediately.

This is definitely one of those cases where the sequal is better than the original, though I do recommend reading the first book before tackling this one (recaps are given, but it's not the same). Now I'm just left hoping there will be a third book in the series, since I can't wait to find out what happens next!
Inth
This sequel was just as good as the first book, Wuthering High, in this up-and-coming series! Feisty Miranda is back for more crazy going-ons at Bard Academy. This semester, she is dating the infamous Ryan Kent, but she has to watch her back for sneaky Parker Rodham, who can't help but beg him to escort her class-to-class so she's not attacked by the "Hooded Sweatshirt Stalker" "again." Plus, she is still dealing with her feelings for Heathcliff, not to mention being framed for plagiarism by none other than Parker herself, plus the disappearances of Ms. W and Coach H. The ending is very climatic and leaves the reader wanting more, and they will probably get more in the upcoming books in this fabulous series!
Dawncrusher
I loved the first in the series Wuthering High and wasn't let down the least bit by this second book. It continues the same year with a strange monster thing with glowing red eyes that has been seen on campus, a weird man in a hoodie pushing around random girls, tweo disappearing teachers, and you have a mystery to be solved again. It's up to Miranda and her friends to figure out what is going on and how it can be stopped.

I really hope there will be a third in the series.
Raelin
I loved the first book in the Bard Academy series, Wuthering High. The story follows Miranda Tate, who because she got into trouble at home has been sent to Bard Academy located on an island off the coast of Maine, entitled "Shipwreck Island." That's enough to make Miranda feel creeped out, that and the fact that her roomate is a pastor's daughter who is a member of Wicca and insists on casting spells for the most random things! I love Blade, she really is a funny charecter, but you don't see her so much in this book, I hope in future books she plays a bigger role, she is a funny person that always makes me laugh, mostly because of Miranda's thoughts toward her. This book is just as good, if not better, than the first. I highly recommend it, it has me wondering if there is a school like Bard out there, and if so...what kind of trouble could I get into to get sent there? 10/10!!!
One of the main reasons I enjoyed this book is because Heathcliff gets to be a very sympathetic character. I like that he has a life outside of "Wuthering Heights." The storyline with Blake was very creative, but I think the title of the book is misleading. I really expected Hawthorne to play a big role, but he isn't even a character in the book. That would have to be the only flaw. I also really enjoyed how Lockwood added real life character traits of the authors.
The Scarlet Letterman (The Bard Academy) download epub
Mysteries & Thrillers
Author: Cara Lockwood
ISBN: 1416524908
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Mysteries & Thrillers
Language: English
Publisher: MTV Books (January 2, 2007)
Pages: 272 pages