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The instant New York Times and USA TODAY bestseller! Hot on the heels of the New York Times bestsellers The Twin and The Lake, the undisputed queen of YA thrillers is back. Don't be afraid. Be terrified. It’s just a stupid meme that’s going around their small fishing town in the dead of winter—people reposting and sharing their biggest fear. But when her classmates start turning up dead—dying in the way that they said scared them the most—Izzy knows it’s no joke. With each death hitting closer to home, Izzy sets out to try to stop the killer. Could her older sister’s friend Tristan have something to do with the deaths? He’s given her some strange vibes. Or what about his brooding cousin, Axel? But he’s in her classes at school. He’s not a murderer . . . is he? Izzie’s soon on a path that will lead her right to the killer . . . and her own worst nightmare.
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"I am speechless!! Natasha Preston did it again! This book is amazing, I thought I had it all figured out but I didn't! Those twists were well done. I honestly was confused as to who can do this, I did feel sick reading certain parts because it was "gruesome" I guess. This book gave me the same gut wrenching feeling as The Lost and I loved it! Natasha did really good with writing these characters and the plot! Great read and I highly recommend!!"
"A completely different type of killer. They had quite the unique method of picking their victims…I was completely hooked on the story. The anxiety this story built up was incredible. No one was safe. Everyone was a suspect. I couldn’t even trust the most good-willed of characters. A great thriller to read!"
"I have mixed feelings about this book. For one, it seems sort of rushed in a lot of scenes. I felt like the beginning went by so quick, and the end also seemed like the author was eager to just finish it off. I feel like there could been more detail included in some important parts of the story that would have made it a lot more interesting. However, I did find my jaw dropping throughout the book, and the ending is truly a twist I wasn’t expecting. There is some good suspense and a unique storyline, and I enjoy how the main character has some common sense. "
"I really liked the concept of this book and the overall idea. I have found that Natasha’s books are too slow for me. However I enjoyed it as I listened to it as an audio book, but I don’t think I’d read it again. It’s definitely catered to more of high school students. So if you are younger than 18 this would be a good thriller read. However for young adults, it felt too young for me to read. "