Review of Ten by Gretchen McNeil

 My review of Ten by Gretchen McNeil

 Ten

 I really loved this book about a group of ten teenagers who all receive invitations to a house party on an island for the weekend. What they don't realize is that the invitations came from a killer bent on revenge. Even though they all attend different schools they all have a connection that only the killer knows. They were all involved in wronging someone. At least in the killers eyes. As people start mysteriously dying it doesn't take Meg ( our main protagonist ) long to figure out that these deaths are no accident. Somebody is murdering them one by one. Can Meg discover who the killer is before it's too late and can she trust anyone. She doesn't know if the killer is one of the ten, or if there's someone else on the island with them. 
Very cleverly written and the action is non stop. So many twists and turns you don't know what's going to happen next. You'll have a lot of fun finding out though. A definite page turner.

This book was purchased. 

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