| Preceded by|
The Moon and More
| Followed by|
Once and For All
Saint Anything is the twelfth book written by Sarah Dessen.
Sydney has always lived her life in the shadows, content to avoid the spotlight and let others be the center of attention. But then a terrible accident lands her brother in jail and thrusts her family into the public eye. Fortunately, Sydney finds solace with the Chathams―the family who owns the local pizza place. There's Layla, who welcomes Sydney with open arms. Mysterious Rosie, who has secrets of her own. And Mac. Quiet, protective Mac, who makes Sydney feel safe and secure. As she is drawn into their chaotic circle, Sydney is finally able to focus on what really matters: friendship, love, and most important, herself.
Where else did I read about that? Edit
Dave from What Happened to Goodbye? serves Sydney many complicated drinks at Frazier Bakery.
Rogerson and his family from Dreamland are mentioned by Sydney's mom; Rogerson has apparently been incarcerated in the same prison as Peyton since the events of Lock and Key.
Jackson High School, Frazier Bakery, Perkins Day.
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Sarah has not written about this book on her website yet.
There are no other known covers.