Holly Jenson is a senior at Madison High School. She’s also a new student and nervous about fitting in. The senior class camping trip is coming up. The school holds this camping trip every year to teach students about surviving without modern technology. Cell phones, computers, Ipods, and any other electronic devices are not allowed. Holly's only friend is a neighbor named Erin. Erin cuts school regularly, so Holly is afraid that she won't go on the trip. Desperate for someone to hang out with, Holly begs her to go. The day before they depart, Erin cuts school yet again and Holly gets acquainted with another classmate, Mindy. They become fast friends and Holly agrees to hang out with her during the trip, since she suspects Erin of bailing out. Well, Erin makes it and she's not happy. Conflict arises immediately, which sets the tone for what's to become of the senior class.
At first, Holly fears that the trip will be a disaster with the popular kids being forced to share their cabins and interact with ones who they’ve bullied. But, then she's ecstatic when her crush Matt is in the same cabin as her, the hottest guy in school. Unfortunately, things turn deadly when the phones stop working and people start to disappear one by one. Holly, along with Mindy and Matt, start to realize that a killer is among the group.
They have spooky campfire stories over roasted marshmallows and hiking trips when students start to disappear. Everyone is ordered to stay in their cabins by the teachers who look after them, but then they go missing too.
Holly, along with Matt and Mindy, hatch a plan to go along with the Saturday Night dance which was planned from the beginning, for the students to attend on their last night there. If they are all in the same place, they feel that the killer would be easy to catch. But, things don’t go as planned and Holly figures out who the killer is before it’s revealed. The other students doubt her, but could she be right? As they try to hang on to their last breath, they do their best to take the killer down. That is, if they live long enough.
|Publisher:||Kelli Sue Landon|
|File size:||207 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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