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The writing isn't spectacular but it's very interesting. Unfortunately a good deal of the book is written from Sheila, one of Dusty's classmates, point of view.

It's your typical young adult supernatural thriller along the lines of Goosebumps. She's very whiny, just had her boyfriend break up with her, and spends the entire time switching between being guilty about how she cares more about her ex than about her friend who might be dead and making comments to her ex begging him to take her back. Overall, though, I still really liked this book even this many years later.

It's your typical young adult supernatural thriller along the lines of Goosebumps. I couldn't remember the title, only what it was about, and no one seemed to know what book it was.

Recently I found it and I, once again, devoured it. I found the three of them caught my attention and held onto it. The backstory given by Gossick, which I won't go into here because of spoilers, was very well done and even knowing the story already I couldn't stop reading to find out what happened next.

I must have read this book around 8 or 10 years ago, but parts of it still stick in my head.

I remember it being so unique and there being a lot of what I loved about Christopher Pike's writing and story-telling.

This book started out a near flawless murder mystery.

We have a teenage boy, Dusty, who is compelled to kill young woman by a force unknown.He even ends up somehow aiding in the investigation to capture the killer that was himself.The most amazing thing about this is how much you come to care fo Disturbing--that's how I'd described Pike's book if I was only allowed one word in any review.She improbably becomes involved in solving the murders, which are even more improbably tied to the Nazis. Don't read this unless you love clunky dialogue or share my fascination with Christopher Pike.I really loved this book it was full of suspense and thriller, but I don't understand why Christopher Pike has to always make his lead female characters so annoying, which made me mark the book down unfortunately :( I know I must've read this way back when because I have very vivid memories of looking at it at the library and the first half of the book is totally familiar.Disturbing--that's how I'd described Pike's book if I was only allowed one word in any review.

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