I am so excited right now! I just got a book that I have waiting for all week. I ordered it from goodreads.com and it is finally here! :D
And...it is in paperback with the cover I love! I didn't even realize that this cover came on some paperbacks also....boy, am I ecstatic right now because I perfer trade size paperbacks over hardbacks. I know hardbacks hold up better but they are also heavier, bulkier, etc...LOL!
I read "Promise not to Tell" by this author a few weeks ago and absolutely loved the book...("Promise not to Tell" by Jennifer McMahon review) and when I seen that she had another book I just had to get it....
Henry, Tess, Winnie, and Suz banded together in college to form a group they called the Compassionate Dismantlers. Following the first rule of their manifesto--"To understand the nature of a thing, it must be taken apart"--these daring misfits spend the summer after graduation in a remote cabin in the Vermont woods committing acts of meaningful vandalism and plotting elaborate, often dangerous, pranks. But everything changes when one particularly twisted experiment ends in Suz's death and the others decide to cover it up.
Nearly a decade later, Henry and Tess are living just an hour's drive from the old cabin. Each is desperate to move on from the summer of the Dismantlers, but their guilt isn't ready to let them go. When a victim of their past pranks commits suicide--apparently triggered by a mysterious Dismantler-style postcard--it sets off a chain of eerie events that threatens to engulf Henry, Tess, and their inquisitive nine-year-old daughter, Emma.
Is there someone who wants to reveal their secrets? Is it possible that Suz did not really die--or has she somehow found a way back to seek revenge?
Full of white-knuckle tension with deeply human characters caught in circumstances beyond their control, Jennifer McMahon's gripping story and spine-tingling plot prove that she is a master at weaving the fear of the supernatural with the stark realities of life.
Can't wait to read this book...
Until next time, have a good "read"...