The Vanishing Game
Jocelyn's twin brother Jack was everything she had growing
up in a world of foster homes - and now he's dead, and she has nothing. Then she gets a cryptic letter from "Jason
December" - the code name her brother used to use when he made up elaborate
puzzles to fill the unhappy hours at Seale House, a terrifying foster home from their childhood. Only one other person
knows about Jason December: Noah, Jocelyn's childhood crush, and their only
real friend among the troubled children at Seale House.
But when Jocelyn sneaks off to return to Seale House and the
city where she last saw Noah, she gets more than she bargained for. Turns out Seale House's dark powers weren't
just the figment of a childish information. And someone is following Jocelyn. Is Jack still alive? And if he
is, what kind of trouble is he in - and how can Jocelyn and Noah help him?
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I was looking throughout my public library in search of a good book. My method of finding books is to usually read the book jacket, and as I began to read the riddle that was written on the back of the book jacket, it pursuaded me to read even more. So as I opened up the book eager to find the answer to the riddle, I came to realize that this book is outstanding. I've never read anything like it before and to my surprise I am really enjoying it. Once I found out the answer to the riddle( which can be found in the first 36 pages of the book) I really enjoyed the way the author writes. My honest opinion of this book, well I love it. I am looking foward to reading more books that resemble the genre of the book.
Review: The Vanishing GameUser Review - Goodreads
This book was so weird. It was kinda freaky, and the plot twist at the end was incredibly spooky (in an odd, fascinating way). I didn't like the characters very much except for Beth and Dixon. Georgie ... Read full review