Makani Young was forced to leave her life in Hawaii behind after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska—basically, a giant cornfield, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani’s classmates start turning up dead, with some of their darkest secrets being broadcast to the entire . . .
Olive’s twin sister, Amy, loves sweepstakes and giveaways and contests. She’s getting married to Dane Thomas, and every aspect of the wedding and honeymoon are free, thanks to her incredible luck. Olive, on the other hand, is unlucky in just about everything: she lost her roommate, her job, and has to spend the day of the wedding with her . . .
It's Jill's senior year, which means she's finally at the top of the Players, an elite group of students that run Gold Coast Prep. To get in, you have to be selected during your freshman year and successfully complete a series of sorority/fraternity-like challenges, all leading up to initiation night. During Jill's freshman year, one of them died that . . .
Neena and Josie have been best friends all through high school. But the summer after graduation is coming to an end, and soon, Neena will be leaving Josie behind to attend college in LA. As a last hurrah, the girls decide to go hiking and camping in the woods for three days. But the further they go into the woods, the higher the tension . . .
Top Ten Tuesday was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This Week: Books on My Fall 2021 To-Read List. For me, fall officially starts September 1st. Some years, it starts even earlier -- AKA when Starbucks releases the PSL. So I've already started my fall TBR. September through October is for . . .
Lynette is a real life "final girl." For years she has attended a support group with women like her, others who have survived their own massacres years prior. Each of them has coped with the trauma in their own ways. Heather turned to drugs, Adrienne to self-help. Lynette became paranoid. She learned as much self-defense as . . .
After spending ten years in prison for murder, Oliver is finally free. The man who put him there, Detective Colborne, is retiring -- but before he does, he wants to know the truth: is Oliver truly guilty? What's the real story? Oliver is finally ready to tell it, so he takes Detective Colborne back to 1997, to Dellecher Classical Conservatory. There, Oliver is one of . . .
Top Ten Tuesday was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This Week: Books with Numbers in the Title. I thought it was going to be a difficult prompt, but I've actually read many books with numbers in the title. So to challenge myself a bit, I tried to come up with books with numbers 1-10 in the title. I cheated . . .
Jake is one of the only black kids at his high school. Also, he can see the dead. Like, all the time. Most of them don't bother him intentionally -- they're just stuck in their death loops, reliving their deaths over and over. But then a ghost named Sawyer starts haunting Jake. Sawyer shot and killed kids at his school before killing himself a year ago, and . . .
Nora Seed is not living her best life. At 35, she has just lost her job, her cat, her only piano tutoring student, and even the minor responsibility of assisting her elderly neighbor. She has nothing, and because of that, she decides she wants to die. Instead of meeting death, she winds up in a strange library where she can choose various parallel lives of hers to . . .