(E–pub READ) [Killer Game]


  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Killer Game
  • Kirsty McKay
  • English
  • 03 June 2018
  • 9781909489110

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] I was thinking this book was going to be something else entirely I'm not sure why but I had a few movies running around in my head where they were these masks but that has nothing to do with the story This book is

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestRemember those Point Horror books that were so popular in the 80s and 90s? RL Stine Christopher Pike Diane Hoh? When I was in middle school my school library had a little bookshelf crammed with these trashy gems and I checked them out by the dozen I think by the time I had my commencement ceremony I'd read all of the titles they had in circulationThere were various themes but my fa

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    Read & download Killer Game Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay Kirsty McKay ☆ 2 Download It is about 400 AM when they come for me I am already awake strung out on the fear that they will come and the fear that they won't When I finally hear the click of the latch on the dormitory door I have only a se

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay Read & download Killer Game Actual rating 35 starsI received this book on a read to review basis from NetGalley Thank you to the author Kirsty McKay and the publisher Sourcebooks Fire for the opportunityThis novel whilst not being entirely new in plot and idea handled a tried and tested concept well whilst feeling uniue enough to not feel like a rehashing of a known tale The novel takes place at an elite boarding school on an isolated island off

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    Kirsty McKay ☆ 2 Download Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] I was super excited at the premise of this book I love any and all things like a secret society so I couldn't wait to get my hands on itCate

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    Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] Kirsty McKay ☆ 2 Download I was thinking of giving this a 28 but I;ve slept on it and it doesn't deserve it 2 StarsAs you guys can probably see by my updates this book took a LONG ass time to start How awesome does this sound? Our MC Cate is in a

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] 15 StarOverview I received a ARC of this through Netgalley Thank you to the author and the publisher for the opportunity This was a DNF around

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] Killer Game is one of those books that has such an exciting concept that you can't wait to sink your teeth into it Instead Killer sinks its teeth into youI didn't find the first uarter of the book all that interest

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    (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] I was immediately drawn to this book on the shelf with its gripping title and creepy looking cover I’m a complete sucker for thrillers especially when they’re done well and the blurb on the back of the book seemed exciting The blurb however

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    Kirsty McKay ☆ 2 Download Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay (E–pub READ) [Killer Game] I received a free digital copy from the authorpublisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest feedback In an isolated and exclusive boarding school on a Welsh island the Assassin's Guild is the club everyone wa

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Killer Game

Killer Game Free download Ä 102 Being killed by a series of thrilling pranks and identify the murderer But this time it's different the game stops. I was super excited at the premise of this book I love any and all things like a secret society so I couldn t wait to get my hands on itCate is an okay MC She s a little dramatic and I felt like I couldn t ever settle into her inner monologue or the rhythm of the story There are a lot of other characters but no one really stood out as a solid likable person to root forThe plot was slow and fast at the same time if that makes sense There are a lot of things happening but it still progressed so slowly It really started to get interesting about 70% in but by then I didn t care who the killer was I could have easily walked away from this book without knowing that info and not been botheredOverall there was something that kept me reading but I m not sure what it was I loved the concept but found the execution lackingHuge thanks to Sourcebooks Fire and NetGalley for providing the arc in exchange for an honest review

Summary µ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kirsty McKay

Killer Game Free download Ä 102 Feeling fake and starts getting dangerous and Cate's the next target Can they find the culprit before it's too lat. Killer Game is one of those books that has such an exciting concept that you can t wait to sink your teeth into it Instead Killer sinks its teeth into youI didn t find the first uarter of the book all that interesting but I m glad I kept reading because the rest of the book was really thrilling You turn page after page or if you have an ereader like me you go tap tap tap tap because you have to know what happens next It s the perfect high school whodunnit and everyone s a suspectSometimes it focussed a bit too much on your typical high school drama though which I found a bit disappointing But when the Game ha ha you just lost the Game became the main focus of the story it was really great and I enjoyed it a lotHad to dock another star for the ending though I d figured out the big reveal uite some time ago but I thought the Killer had the worst motive of all time to kill someone and I was hoping they wouldn t go there But they did which I really didn t likeOverall though I had a lot of fun reading this book The Game was a really fun touch and it kept me reading for hours on end Thank you NetGalley Sourcebooks Fire for providing me with a copy

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Killer Game Free download Ä 102 At Cate's isolated boarding school Killer Game is a tradition Only a select few are invited to play They must avoid. Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestRemember those Point Horror books that were so popular in the 80s and 90s RL Stine Christopher Pike Diane Hoh When I was in middle school my school library had a little bookshelf crammed with these trashy gems and I checked them out by the dozen I think by the time I had my commencement ceremony I d read all of the titles they had in circulationThere were various themes but my favorite was always The Deadly Party a throwback to parlor murder mysteries and escape the room puzzles the deadly party was all fun games until it wasn tTHE ASSASSIN GAME is a modern version of The Deadly Party Set in a Welsh boarding school it is about a game of Assassin that goes horribly wrong I took one look at that summary and instantly reuested this as an ARC which I then proceeded to forget about until a couple days ago I downloaded THE ASSASSIN GAME and promptly read it in a sittingKiller is their sophisticated version of Assassin and is kind of like a cross between Assassin and Mafia Cate our main protagonist who also happens to own the island the school is built on has been angling to participate for years membership is highly exclusive and members can only be chosen and now she finally has her chance thanks to her friends Marcia and DanielHer school provides the perfect gothic backdrop with its patchy wi fi and misty shores The rules are simple One person is the killer The game ends when everyone is killed or the killer is discovered Players have multiple chances to guess the killer s identity but if they re wrong they re dead Deaths are supposed to be funny pranks but since this is a spin off of The Deadly Party trope you know that someone is going to take things too far Which they do obviously with a very fatal turnI really found myself enjoying this book far than I thought I would have I m kind of jaded when it comes to YA I think I m getting too old It s harder to relate to younger characters and their decisions I often finding myself muttering crazy young whippersnappers and shaking my head over underage tomfoolery I was able to shelve that for this book Killer actually sounds fun well not the Too Far bits but the premise of the game itself I could understand why Cate got caught up in the thrill of it and why nobody wanted the game to end The suspense was TERRIBLEI mean that in the best wayHowever as much as I enjoyed THE ASSASSIN GAME I have to admit it has its flaws The romance elements in this book seemed forced Cate is torn between two boys a manic genius who might also be dangerous and a mopey nerd who can t take no for an answer I was not impressed with either boy especially when one of them commits what was pretty much an act of sexual assault The villain in this book was also cringeworthy I d guessed who it was halfway through Finally Cate s narrative is emotionless and wooden I would have liked to have seen some genuine emotion fear passion something from her and instead was treated withnothingTHE ASSASSIN GAME is a light fun read that I think will appeal to younger teens and twenty year olds who are feeling nostalgic for the trashy mysteries of their youth Honestly getting to relive the fun of reading a book that s meant to be pure thrill and nothing else was really great Perfect for summer Don t go into this expecting a whole lot of suspense but do expect to be entertained3 to 35 stars