Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy-OPTIONAL

Sirowy, Alexandra, The Creeping. Pgs. 287. Simon and Schuster, 2016. $9.99. Language: PG-13 (there's swearing, but not a ton. It's more the way they talk),  Mature Content: R (lot of sexual references, drinking, etc)., Violence: PG-13 to R (depends on where you'd rate serial killers back for revenge)

11 years ago, Stella and Jainie disappeared, but only Stella came back. She doesn't remember what happened to her, but when someone shows up murdered, it triggers her to figure out what really happened. With a town full of ancient evil and secrets, discovering her and the town's past will either save her or kill her. With a murderer on the lose, will Stella survive to figure out what happened to her and Jainie?

This is your classic "I Know What You Did Last Summer" horror feel of a book. The book is intense and suspenseful, but parts of the story seemed to clash with the main story line. The characters leave something to be desired. They are fairly stereotypical popular kids except for Stella. Still, older fans of horror will enjoy reading this book. HS. OPTIONAL.

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