** Thank you Penguin Teen for my ARC **
Genre: YA, Horror
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
I don’t believe in ghosts, not exactly. But I don’t believe Becca is dead either. Which means she’s out there, and no one is looking for her but me.
I can’t breathe. There’s something in my throat as solid as stone.
Whose hand am I holding?
Did you ever tell ghost stories at camp when you were young? Well, this was the perfect campfire story!
It’s told in a series of interviews, text messages, recollections and video footage that really bring this story to life.
The whole time I was reading it, I swear my eyes could not move across the page quick enough! I didn’t want to put it down and kept wanting to know what was going to happen next.
The ending..it left me hanging and mind boggled! (Which will either work for you, or it won’t.)
Am I the only one still trying to figure out what happened? Was that it? I NEED ANSWERS!!
I got such a thrill reading this story! It had a diverse cast and I loved all the characters.
For me, this was like Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark meets Ghost Hunters & Coraline, making it the perfect Halloween read!
Have you read it? Is it on your TBR? What’s on your Halloween reading list??
Once a year, the path appears in the forest and Lucy Gallows beckons. Who is brave enough to find her–and who won’t make it out of the woods?
It’s been exactly one year since Sara’s sister, Becca, disappeared, and high school life has far from settled back to normal. With her sister gone, Sara doesn’t know whether her former friends no longer like her…or are scared of her, and the days of eating alone at lunch have started to blend together. When a mysterious text message invites Sara and her estranged friends to “play the game” and find local ghost legend Lucy Gallows, Sara is sure this is the only way to find Becca–before she’s lost forever. And even though she’s hardly spoken with them for a year, Sara finds herself deep in the darkness of the forest, her friends–and their cameras–following her down the path. Together, they will have to draw on all of their strengths to survive. The road is rarely forgiving, and no one will be the same on the other side.