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My Secret Admirer - Carol Ellis Horror Book Review
Horror books Review
“My secret admirer” is based on the story of a 16 year old girl named Jenny. Her and her parents move to a place called Rimrocks, a small village. Both her parents leave for business they will be gone for a few days. She meets her neighbour Sally. Sally is the same age as Jenny. Sally introduces Jenny to all the other teens. They all go on an anual scavenger hunt, Jenny pairs up with a boy, David. They hit it off from the moment they meet. They climb the Rimrocks looking for an empty bird nest when it all goes wrong. A huge storm breaks loose David is Jenny’s only hope for getting off the mountain alive! They get separated and Jenny is left in the cold, rainy storm. She calls out to David but he doesn’t return her call. Whats that! She hears shouting and arguing followed by an ear pearcing scream. she makes her way down the mountain where she meets up with David. The next day they find out that a friend, Diana was found unconcius on the Rimrocks, she was in a coma. Every thing goes wrong for Jenny she finds a dead rattle snak on her doorstep, some one tries to kill her dog and she is almost killed by a maniac on a moter bike. At the same time she also gets a secret admirer he leaves her gifts and messages on her phone. At the end of each day she longs to here his voice but still she does not know who he is. She wants to run to some one for help but who. The only person she trusts is her secret admirer but who is he. She also needs to know who is trying to scare her, why are they trying to scare her, does she know to much about the accident on the Rimrocks!!!
I loved this book, it is so thrilling. All the twistes and turns make it impossible to put it down after you start to read the book. I feel that Carol Ellis would be smart to turn the book into a series for I feel that there could be more to the story. This book is perfect for that cold, rainy day when there is nothing better to do than sit down with a cup of hot chocolate and read a book.