This was a fast-paced, supernaturally scary book. Willa is a sympathetic character, and readers can relate to her “new girl” anxieties, her guilt over her father’s death two years ago, and her concerns that she is losing her mind. Savvy readers will probably figure out who the Hollywood Killer is long before Willa does, but the ending is satisfying in spite of its slight predictability.
Recommended for gr. 7-12.