Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Book Review: The Final Girls by Riley Sager

Ten years ago Quincy was involved in a massacre. She went on vacation with five friends, but was the only one who returned. She was a "Final Girl". The "Final Girls" all suffered similar fates, being the only survivors of a massacre. Lisa was the only one left of nine sorority sisters. Sam was working her shift at an Inn and was the only one left alive. What if these final girls were to meet? What if one of them ends up dead, what will the other two do? How can Quincy help the others when she can't even remember what happened to her?

Wow!! This one is filled with twists and turns. You feel like you are riding the roller coaster while stuck watching a scary horror flick. Since Quincy doesn't remember what happened during the massacre, you learn the story at the same time she does. Learning the story this way helps to rack up the scares and surprises. I really enjoyed this story and can highly recommend it to horror and suspense fans. I cannot wait to read more by this author. I have a feeling this will be a huge summer hit!

*Thank you to Riley Sager, Dutton Books, and NetGalley for allowing me to read an e-arc of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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