Sometimes the past is better off buried.
Senior year is finally over. After all they’ve been through, Dan, Abby, and Jordan are excited to take one last road trip together, and they’re just not going to think about what will happen when the summer ends. But on their way to visit Jordan’s uncle in New Orleans, the three friends notice that they’re being followed . . . and photographed. Then Dan starts receiving messages from someone he didn’t expect to hear from again—someone who died last Halloween.
When the trio arrives in New Orleans and the strange occurrences only escalate, Dan is forced to accept that everything that has happened to him in the past year may not be a coincidence but fate—a fate that ties Dan to a group called the Bone Artists, who have a sinister fascination with notorious killers of the past.
Now Dan’s only hope is that he will make it out of his senior trip alive.
Don’t miss the spine-tingling prequel, Escape from Asylum. Fans can read an exclusive sneak preview in the Catacomb paperback edition. (From: Goodreads)
Series: Asylum, #3
Author: Madeleine Roux
Genres: YA, contemporary, thriller, mental
Publisher: Harper Collins (US), 2016
Edition: paperback, 330 pages
⭐⭐⭐ creepy stars!!!
John Lilly: In the province of the mind, what one believes to be true either I’d true or becomes true.
This is the third book in the series. The first book was great. The second book was okay. And here comes the third book.
It was okay.
Things I Liked About It
– the feeling
Creepy. Madeleine knows how to get us to have the creepy feels!
– the characters
Especially Jordan. Oh, I love that kid. He’s so fun. I want to be in the trio! (Nah, I don’t wanna be Dan. My life would be so tiring.)
Things I Disliked About It
– the mental-ghost part
So…there was some unexplainable stuff, huh? Kinda like our life although in the story, it seemed scarier. I would like to see a mental breakdown show tho.
You should read this book if you
– haven’t gotten tired of the first two books
– are interested in creepy things
You should stay away from it if you
– are not a fan of horror movies
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.