Thursday, December 15, 2016
One problem I had was the multiple perspectives made it difficult to keep track of the characters. Luckily, they were all massive stereotypes, so I just had to check the list in my head, "Is that the 'roid rage jock, the all-star athlete, or the druggy band member?" The characters weren't well-written enough to get attached to them, so it was easy to watch their gruesome deaths and wait to see who the actual killer is.
It's not a great book, but it hooks you in and I can see it being popular with developing readers who want some light horror.
Posted by Miss K at 12:00 AM