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Alexis always knew that her sister, Kasey, was, well…

… strange. Her lack of friends and obsessive doll collection was more than enough proof of that. Even with her photography and the resident mean girl to keep Alexis on her toes, she still had time to notice that Kasey’s habits were getting more and more random and bizarre. Tie that into the strange glow she saw while taking pictures of her house, and Alexis quickly realizes that something really bad is happening. 

And it’s up to her to fix it. 

This is easily one of the creepiest books I have read in a while. Kasey is an odd character to begin with, and as the story goes on she gets downright frightening. Bad Girls Don’t Die is a creepy but a good creepy kind of story. 

As I got further into the book, I got worried about the ending. Would it be one of those random endings that don’t tie into the rest of the story? Would it be the super obvious wrap-up that always disappoints? The answers are both no! On top of that, Bad Girls Don’t Die manages to be both well detailed and easy to follow. 

There is (so far) two books following it that I will be sure to read. However, Bad Girls Don’t Die left me with no questions and would have been fine as a stand alone.

I recommend this to anyone looking for a good, quick to read (it took me a day and a half) ghost story that provides a chill and a satisfying ending.  


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