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Look, all Joshua Deering wanted was to pass his final photography project. It should have been simple: find a subject, take some photos, get an A, and get his dad off his back. But that’s not what happened.
And, okay, maybe he should’ve known better than to befriend a guy chilling out in a cemetery. Maybe he should’ve taken the hint when a mysterious girl stepped out of the mist and announced that there might be hunters after the cemetery guy. And maybe he should’ve studied more for his other exams instead of panicking about his project.
But hindsight is 20/20, and now creepy cemetery guy Adrian, Josh, and Josh’s two friends are being stalked by nameless, violent strangers. Their only defence is a heavy bookbag, an expensive camera, Adrian’s big secret (that actually might be the reason behind this mess), and a lot of optimism.
…This is probably going to get messy.
"Erin Vance's debut novel is wonderful. Josh Deering is a fantastic lead and the relationships he has with Adrian, Alden and Dylan propel the story forward. The novel is filled with suspense and thrilling. This may be the best debut novel of the year." -- International Bestseller Paul Carberry.
Erin Vance is an editor and a graduate of the Memorial University of Newfoundland English Honors Program.
Erin won the Arts and Letters competition when she was just 14 years old in 2007 with her short story, “Something White.” She is featured in the Nelson Literacy 7 Homegrown (Newfoundland Edition) with her poem “Rough Draft.”
Erin wrote her Honors thesis paper, Song of the Mockingjay on exploring the nature of Katniss Everdeen’s agency in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series. She is creative, spiritual, and loves reading, writing, and anything to do with words.
Erin is the co-editor of the From the Rock anthology series, which highlights Newfoundland talent in genre writing.
Erin is the editor-in-chief for Engen Books.