Monday, May 4, 2015
Review: Kiss and Tell
Jacqueline Green starts her book with fast paced action scenes and doesn't quit.
In this third installment of the Truth or Dare series, the girls -- Tenley and Sydney -- are still haunted by their past. It now feels like a huge mistake that, to increase their popularity status, the girls decided to play nasty pranks. The darer has incriminating video and will stop at nothing until these girls are dead.
Perhaps due to the Echo Bay/small town background, the book reminded a lot of I Know What you did Last Summer. People were dead and the girls had learned their lesson, and still the darer kept going at them like some crazy psychopath (which is not far from the truth). Although, I did not find the characters endearing in any way, there is no denying that the action was there, with several possible suspects.