Young Adult Thriller/Suspense
No matter where you are, they’ll find you, and put you in “The GAME”.
Candice Laguna’s life is being systematically dismantled, by an unknown force, for a
reason she can’t imagine. But she is about to become the unwilling star of a reality game
competition the likes of which has never been broadcast to the world.
Just when things get darkest, a mysterious man snatches her from the grips of doom.
He is a man who is not what he seems, and not who he says. He has no name and his
motivation to help Candice is not what it seems to be.
But his selfishness has good intentions, he just wants to know who he is and where he
came from. And getting to the man orchestrating this reality game is the only way to find
THE GAME is a mystery/thriller with an unpredictable paranormal twist. It has action
and adventure and plays up the everyday exploitation of reality television obsession gone
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This book is so different from anything else that I have read. I think it would make a good movie. It's very edge of your seat and keeps you guessing. I also found it to be super creepy. Imagine if someone was calling you and knew everything about you - making problems in your life until you have no choice but to participate in a sick and twisted game. Imagine if you didn't know who you really are. These are things two of the characters in the book are going through. The book is pretty intense in parts. There is a bit of romance thrown in, and a weird paranormal twist.
The book also raises questions about reality TV and the lengths that these types of shows go to to exploit people for the purpose of entertainment. It also makes you take a look at how you the reader look at these shows.
This is the first book I've read by Shane Scollins but it will not be the last. I can't wait to see what else this guy has written!
Shane Scollins is a freelance writer and author. From New Jersey, he now resides in
Upstate New York with his wife, Heather. He has worked as an automotive service
manager, a website developer and a computer network engineer. Primarily a
science fiction and paranormal novelist, Shane enjoys taking readers on surprising
and unexpected journeys that twist reality. He is currently working on his next
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