**SLIGHT SPOILERS. YOU ARE WARNED**
You may think that this book is quite… predictable. But it’s not. Kendall is not your typical YA mystery novel protagonist at all. She’s just a normal farm girl who lives in a small town where everybody knows everybody. Oh, and she has a little something called Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. But her OCD doesn’t take away from her personality at all. In fact, it makes her an incredibly unique character because she is not perfect, like the majority of people in this world.
*SPOILER IS HERE* When a couple of teens go missing in this small town, the entire town’s population is trying to find them, Kendall especially, since one of the missing persons is Nico. And when Kendall’s OCD causes her to notice something no one else would even dream of paying any attention to, things start getting strange. And stranger. And stranger still. Bizarre, paranormal things begin to happen as the novel picks up speed and becomes increasingly suspenseful and intense as Kendall begins to unravel the mystery. And of course, this book has romance in it too; with Nico gone, there’s another guy…
However, the romance is kind of in the sidelines because the mystery involving the missing people is so much more dominant. Before almost every chapter begins, creepy message are written in italics, containing the always-ominous pronouns “We”, “Us”, and of course, “You”. An excerpt? Here:
Thirty-five. One hundred. Thirty-five. One hundred. We