Rory chose the wrong year to transfer to a boarding school in London. There’s an eerie string of murders occurring close by that have a likeness to the horrible Jack the Ripper murders a long time ago. No one ever sees the mimic and he never leaves a trace of evidence. The many cameras all over London don’t even catch him. There’s never a witness until Rory. The only problem is, she seems to be the only one who CAN see him. How will she protect herself now that she’s his next target?
This book was SO good. I was wary at first since it sounded like it could be quite the ghost story and I’ve never been too good when it comes to reading something scary but this book was so easy to read and so quick to get into. This page-turner really grasps your attention and makes you question who is real in a world where she’s just discovering her ability. The cast of characters is just perfect too; there’s a strong-willed main character and a great group of friends I couldn’t help but fall in love with. What made this book so good to me is how the writing style is so smooth and solid. You could picture everything with no difficulty and you can just tell that writing comes naturally to her.
If you’re looking for a page-turning, murder-solving, overall-amazing read, this is it guys. It definitely needs more recognition!
This one is easily a 5 out of 5!