Maddie Davenport, her family, and a handsome young trail guide gather around the campfire, whispering spooky stories–stories about the Mountain Men, who creep out at night and carve gruesome antlers into their victims’ foreheads. Stories about bears with bells sewn into their skin, Red Ravens, and demon-eyed soul killers. But stories are just stories…right?
It was just supposed to be a normal vacation: camp out for a few nights, far away from the troubles of civilization. The day after that fateful night, a body is recovered–a body with rivulets of blood dripping from the antlers carved into his forehead. Now Maddie and her family are trapped in the deep, dark woods, hunted by their worst nightmare.
Ten to go.
Finally a decent thriller! Campfire was an awesome read. This book kept me guessing until the very end–something I cannot say for the majority of YA fiction. I also think that the author’s down-to-earth, choppy style of writing went very well with the story. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a good horror fiction.
Campfire is complete with an immersive plot, an engaging main character, and so many twists and turns, it’ll make you dizzy.
|Author||Shawn Sarles • James Patterson, Foreword|
|Page Count||304 pages|
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