5 thoughts on “Fake An Injury Day (Spirit Week, #1)

  1. Firstly, the GR kindle synopsis is incorrect so please do not read it. Here is the correct synopsis–> Fake An Injury Day. Secondly, my mother always told me, “If I you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all”..

    . . . Ciao!

  2. “this is hell and it’s always Spirit Week here.”

    So, first things first. Before this series, I’d never even heard of Spirit Week. I searched the internet and tried to get an understanding of what it was. And then I tried to find the book. For a long long time, I wasn’t able to buy it. But I wanted patiently and finally got the message from the author that the book was live on Amazon.

    I raced right over and bought it.

    Like any good horror story fan, I read this book at night, in the dark on my kindl

  3. I received this book as a free ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

    I thought the story was interesting, and it was clever the way the author used a school tradition as popular as Spirit Week for the backdrop of this story. I can’t give too much away because the ARC was also in it’s “Alpha” phase, which means some minor changes may be made to the story before it’s all said and done.

    In any event, as far as the characters in this, I really like the main character, Justine Dodd. I

  4. I actually really really like the cover and the title, so that’s why I went ahead and read this. I think the characters were pretty convincing, and they were fun. They felt like peeps I could’ve gone to school with. The plot was good to me so I’m satisfied after having read this. I like horror and YA, so I got what I wanted in this. I’m satisfied.

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