Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 15 and up
I really enjoyed reading this book until the climax. The beginning and middle of the book were fantastic– I had goosebumps down my arms for a solid 150 pages. However, right near the end of the book, it seemed like the author was desperate to just wrap the book up and the writing style turned really weird as well; it was almost like an entirely new person was writing the ending. The relationships between characters were also ridiculous and I would definitely not recommend this book for anyone who has a problem with polyamory and LGBTQIA+ relationships.
Every October is accident season.
For as long as they can remember, Cara and her family have been cursed to get into accidents all of October. The injuries get progressively worse as October goes on, and nobody is spared. Cara has usually done a good job of hiding her accidents from her friends at school, but for some reason, this October seems different. More lethal, almost, if that’s even possible.
Cara has never questioned the roots of accident season before, but when a girl from school goes missing on the first of October and nobody can seem to remember who she is, Cara begins to think that there’s something much deeper going on. With her stepbrother and best friend by her side, Cara sets out to discover the secret behind accident season.
What she doesn’t count on is learning about a dark family history that’s best left uncovered.
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