This book is suitable for Young Adult readers!!!
Ever next book has something new and interesting. It has to, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to read through it, but it gets kind of old.
A has the girls around his/her finger and no one in this town can find who A is... really? All the police officers and no one has a clue. Four girls are left to fend for themselves...
And then, there are A's requests for the girls to look for Ali's murderer... why? What's the point.
With each book the story get's more complicated and I don't know how much I'll be able to take. Which is sad because I really want to see what happens in the end.
I'll most likely end up reading all the book on diagonal, just bits and peaces, enough to find out the important stuff.
But don't let my review fool you. The book was interesting, like I said otherwise I wouldn't have been able to finish it. As always there was a new lead and new twists and turns along the way and it was interesting.
All the girls had to face something new and different and they had a lot problems. Each had to deal with something unexpected and that was good because it helped keep my interest in the book.
And the ending was a huge cliffhanger and I don't know what to expect. I don't know if what the girls saw was true or a hallucination from the lack of oxygen... I'm at a loss about it but I'm pretty excited.
I'll definitely be picking book seven up, just because of that ending!
All in all the book was OK but I hope the author had some new ideas and inspirations when she was writing the books because the storyline kind of gets old. The girls chase after A, A tries to kill them at some point and he/she torments them whit messages and pictures... I hope the story picks up in book seven.
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Until the next time,