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Not everyone who goes into the woods comes out….
It was supposed to be a short hike, a way for Fletcher and Adam to kill time one boring afternoon. But when day turns into night and neither boy returns home, their town is thrown into turmoil.
Search teams comb the forest. Then Avery, the police chief’s daughter, stumbles on a body. It’s Fletcher—disoriented, beaten, and covered in blood. He has no memory of the incident, and worse yet, he has no idea what happened to the still-missing Adam.…
As danger and suspicion grow, one thing becomes very clear: No one can escape the truth.
Praise for Hannah Jayne’s The Dare:
“A page-turner in the spirit of Lois Duncan’s classic I Know What You Did Last Summer; it will undoubtedly please the thriller-loving crowd.” —Kirkus
“Well-rounded characters spark with life in this chiller.” —Booklist
“Reminiscent of Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liars series, The Dare is a novel that truly makes one think about their own actions— and the possible consequences.” —Teen Reads
Great thriller for YA and adults
Thanks to the publisher and Net Galley for providing me with this free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.
I really liked this book a lot. I suspected so many people. I just knew it was Det. Blount who did it. Seemed strange he just showed up at the hospital when he wasn't on duty and acted weird when Avery saw him. But, I was wrong. Believe me, that's not a spoiler, there are so many suspects in this book, you don't know who in the heck it could be.
I think the author did a great job and certainly kept me interested and my heart racing. This is definitely worth a read in my book and is good for YA as well as adults.