Fourteen-year-old Hannah Priestly crashes into a terrifying future. She wakes up in her dorm room now knowing the name of an infamous serial killer, Norman Biggs. He will attack her in the future unless she and her three male friends can change fate.
Hannah is a suntanned, obsessive-compulsive California girl dropped off at an English boarding school by her celebrity mother. Hannah has difficulty understanding algebra, let alone her increasingly dark visions. Rory Veer is Hannah’s smart, easy-going and romantically challenged friend and school crush. When Norman Biggs unexpectedly appears in Rory’s reality, terror is set in motion. It is Rory who must acknowledge a past he has denied if the mystery is to be unraveled.
This is the second book I’ve read by Garcia, and I knew it was going to be good because there was going to be that fun mystery aspect again that I love so much! And I’m always glad when I’m proven to be right!
What I liked about the characters was that Hannah and Rory both felt real! The book is character driven and you want to know more about them, more about what is going to happen with their lives, and more about where the story is headed! I fell in love with the characters, and especially the romance!
After I finished, I kept thinking about the story! Loved the dialogue, the writing, the mystery with Norman, and I can’t wait to read more by this author!