By the end, I was finishing it just to finish it. This book goes back and forth from the past and present.Sager uses the setting as a character in and of itself. Die Kunst, Vertrauen zu schaffen CW: violence, drowning, peeping toms, cancer, schizophreniform -Love how sections of this book are told in second person, makes it even creepier I love the "two truths, one lie" game that the girls play in the whole story. The last she--or anyone--saw of them was Vivian closing the cabin door behind her, hushing Emma with a finger pressed to her lips.She is invited back, but does she dare?
The forest, the lake, the tension was all drawn so well by Sager... Even though there were nigglings in my head that wiggled in, it was still a gripping page turner.When Emma Davis was just 13 years old she attended summer camp at the prestigious Camp Nightingale (known to kids at her school as Camp Rich Bitch). Die sieben oder acht Leben der Stella Fortuna RS is a master at luring you into a false sense of security, only to pull the rug out from underneath, disorienting you so much that you have no idea which way is up. The book has two timelines, one is in the present and the other is in the past.But the games ended the night Emma sleepily watched the others sneak out of the cabin into the darkness.
Emma, the youngest of the four girls rooming in the cabin was the only one left. So many places to disappear.What really did happen to Vivian, Alison and Natalie all those years ago? Flucht aus Verzweiflung I had to know what would happen! She is assigned to the same cabin that the girls disappeared from.This one definitely delivered!