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Quincy lived the most horrific night of her life. She was the sole survivor of brutal attack that killed all her other friends. Now years later she is a reluctant member of the Final Girls. But one day when one of the other girls suddenly dies, and the other final girl shows up at her doorstep, Quincy fears that she's not as safe as she thought.
This book made me so nostalgic for 80s and 90s slasher flicks. There were so many tropes that this book tackled in all the best ways. A group of kids camping in the woods, a stranger knocking on the doors, and so so many more.
I was glad that book fleshed out Quincy so well. She is trying to move past her attack and it takes a fellow final girl to show Quincy that maybe her life isn't so put together.
This was a fun read. I think this is a perfect read for those trying to break into the thriller.
The characters were fleshed out and the plot took a few twist and turns. And this the best thing about this book was that I actually found myself caring for Quincy.
I gave this book a C.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.