Casey Dwyer is haunted.
After a horrific car accident that claimed the life of her sister, she has struggled to return to a normal life. But on a cold winter day what seemed like a harmless text on her cell phone changed everything.
Now, Casey will try to do anything to protect her and her family and friends against a vengeful spirit. Even kill. Who is the spirit stalking Casey and how far will it push her into the darkness of madness?
Kill 4 Me is a shorter novel that gets the story started immediately without dragging it out with unnecessary additional side plots or details, which I really appreciate. . Author Joel Andre is talented with setting a totally uneasy ambience, and his details in the macabre are what set him apart from the rest. You will find yourself in a trance-like state as you drift into paranoia along with Casey, without your even "knowing" it's happening, as you spiral downward into overdrive through the physical and mental realm of chills, creeps, and cringes. You will be desperate to find a way out of the spirits clutches, and Casey tries everything you would think of trying, to no avail.
I was totally frustrated to find out 'who' the spirit was that was urging Casey into being her unwilling pawn, just as any one of us would be, and when I found out 'who' it was, I was even more angry than Casey. It just goes to show you, you never know who you can hurt without being consciously involved.
This is a 'do-not-listen-to-without-the-lights-on' kind of story. And I'll bet you a million dollars, if your cell phone vibrates during the middle of the book, up to the very ending ... ESPECIALLY at the VERY END! I promise ... you will jump! LOL
Destiny Landon, narrator, was "amazingly fantastic." Talk about living in the moment and being in character. I can't help but wonder how much of these evil entities have latched on to her own soul. ooooooo .... I think I see another story idea!
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