Young adult author. Journalist.
“Full of Fury, Heartbreak and Hope”
– Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times bestselling author of
Girl in Pieces
Something happened to Ali Greenleaf
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PRAISE FOR SOMETHING HAPPENED TO ALI GREENLEAF
“Necessary and timely, SOMETHING HAPPENED TO ALI GREENLEAF takes us on a journey that is at once heartbreaking and heart-healing, as Hayley Krischer’s unique, refreshing voice skillfully navigates the realities of sexual assault with care, insight, and authenticity. Full of truth, hope, and empowerment, this story is one you’ll be thinking about long after you’ve finished.”
– Amber Smith, New York Times bestselling author of
The Way I Used to Be
“A powerful, nuanced, and stunning debut about rape culture and survival that will haunt you long after you close the book. Ali Greenleaf's story is complex and beautifully told; full of fury, heartbreak, and hope.,
—Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces and How to Make Friends With the Dark
“Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf deftly examines the elaborate complexity of high school friendships, and confronts every possible shade of gray. A timely and intimate discussion of rape culture, the power of shared stories, the courage it takes to find your voice.”
—Ashley Woodfolk, author of When You Were Everything
About Something Happened to Ali GreenleaF:
Ali Greenleaf and Blythe Jensen couldn’t be more different. Ali is sweet, bitingly funny and just a little naive. Blythe is beautiful, terrifying and the most popular girl in school. They’ve never even talked to each other, until a party when Ali decides she’ll finally make her move on Sean Nessel, her longtime crush and the soccer team’s superstar. But Sean pushes Ali farther than she wants to go. When she resists—he rapes her.
Blythe sees Ali when she runs from the party, everyone sees her. And Blythe knows something happened with Sean, she knows how he treats girls. Even so, she’s his best friend, his confidant. When he begs her to help him, she can’t resist.
So Blythe befriends Ali in her attempt to make things right with Sean, bringing Ali into a circle of ruthless popular girls, and sharing her own dark secrets. Despite the betrayal at the heart of their relationship, they see each other in a way no one ever has before.