Mary Shayne is one of the most popular girls at her school, but her seventeenth birthday is shaping up to be one of the worst days in her life. She wakes up, hung over and naked in a public place, and from then on things only get worse. By the end of the day she will be dead, and forced to see herself through the eyes of those she had always assumed were her friends. Will she be able to solve the mystery of what has happened to her and prevent her own death? Mary is a realistic, self-absorbed but not thoroughly bad teenager, and her story of self-discovery makes for a riveting, thought-provoking read.