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The Gatekeepers

Arielle DelisleJulia WhelanMichael GoldstrumAndrew EidenKirby HeyborneEmily Woo Zeller

Uncover the secrets of North Shore, Illinois in 'The Gatekeepers', a gripping novel by Jen Lancaster. Set in a seemingly perfect town, this captivating tale introduces us to Simone, Mallory, and Stephen - three teenagers burdened by their own struggles. When a popular classmate takes his own life, the trio is not surprised, having witnessed the tragic pattern before. Faced with their own demons, they embark on a journey of self-discovery and resilience, finding solace in their shared experiences. Through Lancaster's evocative storytelling, readers are invited to question societal norms and explore the depths of human connection. 'The Gatekeepers' leaves a lasting impression, reminding us that beneath the surface, everyone has a story.

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Additional Info

Book Name: The Gatekeepers
Book Format: AudiobookFormat
Authors: Jen Lancaster
Narrators: Arielle DelisleJulia WhelanMichael GoldstrumAndrew EidenKirby HeyborneEmily Woo Zeller
Genres: Teen & Young Adult
Audiobook Length: 13H8M
Publisher: Harlequin Audio
Language: English
Publish Date: 2017-10-10
Last Price: 14.95 USD

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is the title of the audiobook?

The Gatekeepers

Who is the writer of the audiobook?

Jen Lancaster

Who is the publisher of the audiobook?

Harlequin Audio

What is the book about?

The book is about a town in North Shore, Illinois, where brilliant and talented kids have a history of throwing themselves in front of commuter trains. The story follows Simone, a transfer student from London, Mallory, the hypercompetitive queen bee, and Stephen, a first-generation genius. When a popular classmate takes his own life, they are shocked but not too shocked. With many students facing their own demons, can they find a way to save each other and themselves?

What is the overall theme of the book?

The book explores themes of suicide, mental health, and the struggles faced by teenagers. It examines the dark realities of life and the ability to find hope and support in unexpected places.

What are some user reviews of the audiobook?

One user said that the book touched on many issues and praised the author for weaving them all together. They believed that the book could save lives. Another user mentioned that while the storyline was good, the performances were confusing. The intermingling of character conversations made it difficult to follow along. Another user appreciated the book but felt that it was out of touch with teen reality. They mentioned that the slang and pop culture references felt more adult. Another user praised the book and noted that the author nailed it. They felt that the research was solid and the passion was clear. One user mentioned that the book was not their cup of tea and felt that it was too mature for their granddaughter. Another user loved the book and found it different and much darker compared to the author's other books. They mentioned that it was a very good book overall. Another user complimented the performance of the audiobook but mentioned a small complaint about the repetitive use of a certain word.

What is the audiobook's target audience?

The audiobook is suitable for a teenage and young adult audience.


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