*Thank you to Penguin for sending me a copy of Lock The Doors for review.
Before this book landed on my door step, i had heard very little about it, and now i can only question why. Lock The Doors kept me hooked, has a great range of characters and discusses some really indepth topics. Here are some of the reasons i think you should pick up Lock The Doors.
The Accident Season had been on my radar for quite some time, the premise sounded interesting and the reviews weren’t the worst. I found a very cheap copy in a sale last year and figured it was worth a shot. I didn’t actually pick it out to read until my TBR Jar gifted it upon me.
I picked up The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy (and other stories) a few months back when there was a sale on at my work. I really enjoy Tim Burton and pretty much anything he’s ever done, so I was guaranteed to like this. I’d also heard a lot about it around.
Kyle Barnes is an outcast. He’s been plagued by demonic possession all his life without an answer as to why. As he gets older, Kyle is looking for answers as to why he’s been chosen to live this life. What he discovers on his journey could be the end of life as we know it.
David is puzzled by a storm that hits his small town by the lake. Once it passes after a night, they emerge from the basement to check the damage, pretty much everything is in tatters. Once David heads to the store for supplies, a mist falls upon the city. No-one can leave, and no-one is getting out. There’s something in the mist but you wouldn’t dare to find out what.
Camp Midnight is the story of Skye who gets sent off to summer camp when her stepmother can’t deal with having her around. Little does Skye know that the camp comes alive at night with monsters, or the other camp goers! Skye doesn’t fit in with the others when they turn from their human form to their monster form and makes friends with Mia, another girl who feels very left out in camp.