From tragedy came power. And from mishandled power came mystery.
After moving into a new gated community with her family, Natalie is ready to begin a peaceful year at Emerson High. A year complete with boy troubles, school dances, new friends… everything an average girl could expect.
Then she starts receiving notes warning her not to go to school November first. Notes in her day planner, on a piece of homework, on a homecoming ticket… The more notes she receives the more details she uncovers, and the clearer it becomes: words like peaceful and normal are about the worst ones anyone could use to describe the year she’s about to have. Crazy? Maybe. Violent? Definitely. Heart-wrenching, mind-blowing, life-changing?
Well, that remains to be seen. All Natalie knows from the start is that she shouldn’t go to school on November first. And maybe you shouldn’t either.
I read this book in one day because I could not put the book down! I really like all the twists and turns in the story. All the chaos happening in the story kept making me want to turn every page to try and figure out what truth would come out. A few characters in the book seemed like they were older than their years. As I continued reading on, it becomes quite clear to me why a few of the characters seemed older. There is not much of a back story on all the characters from the beginning but everything is revealed at the end of the book! I can’t wait to read the next book!
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