This book was everything I craved in a YA horror story. The creepiness, the haunting surroundings, the unknown, the ghosts. Yes it was weird, and a bit out there but also had great distinct characters, a lot of representation, strong female leads, and a different writing style which I totally loved.
The mystery kept building upon itself, building suspense. The tasteful gore did not deter me from reading it, or not wanting to look away. In my opinion the whole story was written in an engrossing way so as not to bore the reader.
If this is not the perfect Halloween book for the younger audience, I don't know what is. It's a must read, and I guarantee will keep you away from any deserted roads in the forests.