Hope Ross isn't crazy, but she knows crazy. Crazy is...
...a father telling his daughter to pretend her twin sister doesn't exist. Worst. Game. Ever.
...a sister never leaving the house.
...a disturbed woman hidden away in the attic.
...bodies rotting in the basement.
...being accused of attempted murder.
...the police blaming the victim.
No, Hope's not crazy, and she's through playing games. As soon as she gets out of this mental facility, she's going to prove it.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.68(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Hope and Serenity are identical twins, growing up with a mirror image of themselves; however, the two couldn’t be more different. While Serenity was smooth and flawless, Hope was clumsy and stupid. She hated Serenity and how perfect and delicate she was. The day that she visited her father’s headstone, Hope was kidnapped and was told that she would die like all the rest. When she reported it, no one believed her and she spent her days in a mental institution. Now, she’s back in her old home, back with her spiteful twin. Memories once again flood Hope’s mind—how Serenity was so cruel to her, how in love she was with Rhys, and how the family need to play the “Serenity Doesn’t Exist” game. While reminiscing of the family’s past and psychological trauma, Hope firmly believe that the killer, who has raped and murdered several girls, is still out there and will kill again. Meanwhile, Hope starts to question her own sanity. What’s real and what isn’t? Why are Rhys and Serenity saying she’s having delusions? She saw what she saw…right? Family secrets are unearthed in this enticing and gripping novel. Exciting and full of mystery! This is a game you’ll want to finish ‘til the end.