Truth or Dare Review!!!! Spoilers!!!

                                                    Truth or Dare
When a simple round of truth or dare spins out of control, three girls find it's no longer a party game — it's do or die.
It all started on a whim: The game was a way for Tenley Reed to reclaim her popularity, a chance for perfect Caitlin "Angel" Thomas to prove she's more than her Harvard application. Loner Sydney Morgan wasn't even there; she was hiding behind her camera, as usual. But when all three start receiving mysterious dares long after the party has ended, they're forced to play along — or risk exposing their darkest secrets.
How far will Tenley, Caitlin, and Sydney go to keep the truth from surfacing? And who's behind this twisted game?
Set against the backdrop of Echo Bay, an isolated beach town haunted by misfortune, Truth or Dare is a highly charged debut that will keep readers in suspense from beginning to end.

Review: Well, I have not read a book with teenage girls with issues for a while. This book had a pretty little liars esque tone to it. But rest assured that its completely different. We follow Tenley, Caitlin, and Sydney as they get dares that start to ruin their lives slowly. I really felt bad for Sydney and Caitlin in this book but I really disliked Tenley. I mean this plot gave her room for character development  and she did grow but she used her growth for evil. It took me a while to figure out what Sydney's issue was but once I did, I felt bad for her. Caitlin the Angel, I think I felt the most for this character mostly because all she did was try and get perfect grades to get into Harvard. I loved how the plot allowed all the stories to intertwine. The side characters didn't slow the story but made it better. I recommend this book for the fans of Sara Shepard or anyone really!!!

Peace, Love and Fangirl,


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