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Publisher's Summary

The 2018 PRG Reviewers' Choice Book Series winner

How many more are going to die because you refuse to remember?

Becca would like nothing better than to put the past behind her and focus on making Redemption her home. But what do you do when the past refuses to stay buried?

Becca still can't remember the night 16-year-old Jessica disappeared from a party, never to be seen again. Which is bad enough (especially since she was supposedly the last person to see Jessica alive), but it's not the worst....

Strange events are making Becca think there's a link between what happened to Jessica 15 years ago and the darkness happening now.

With help from her friends and her teenage crush, Daniel, Becca races against time to uncover the truth about Jessica before another 16-year-old girl is doomed to the same fate as Jessica....

Includes a special note from the author.

©2018 Michele Pariza Wacek (P)2020 Podium Audio

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  • Sean
  • 25-06-2020

Eh

Not nearly as good as the first book in this series. Becca was really whiny. Kind of disappointing since I really enjoyed the first book.

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  • 09-08-2021

Repeatvif the 1st book.

Very disappointing! I read the 1st book which started out good, the more I read the more it was drawn out. Spoiler Alert. I mean how many times can you run into to the old homeless lady that gives you the same warning. Only to hv the same exact senerio happen in the in the 1st chapter of book 2. I got a refund!!

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  • Abby
  • 10-06-2021

Series Should be Called "Becca is an Idiot"

I'm disappointed that in the 21st century any author, especially a woman, could have created a female character as stupid as Becca. Yes, I listened to 2 books thinking "it HAS to get better" (and because January LaVoy did a great job of narrating).

Book one was straight out of an old movie and I knew who was to blame for Jessica the first time the killer was introduced.

Just skip this series. I'll be returning it.

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  • Sandy Porter
  • 24-03-2021

Still can’t put it down

I loved the thrilling of the book. How it kept you in your seat and January LaVoy reading it keeps you in a trance to listen for more of the story. I can’t wait to listen to the next one.

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