Seventeen-year-old Signal Deere has raised eyebrows for years as an unhappy Goth misfit from the trailer park. When she's convicted of her best friend Rose's brutal murder, she's designated a Class A--the most dangerous and manipulative criminal profile.
To avoid prison, Signal signs on for a secret program for 18-and-under Class As and is whisked off to an abandoned sleep-away camp, where she and seven bunkmates will train as assassins. Yet even in the Teen Killers Club, Signal doesn't fit in. She's squeamish around blood. She's kind and empathetic. And her optimistic attitude is threatening to turn a group of ragtag maniacs into a team of close-knit friends.
Maybe that's because Signal's not really a killer. She was framed for Rose's murder and only joined the program to escape, track down Rose's real killer, and clear her name. But Signal never planned on the sinister technologies that keep the campers confined. She never planned on the mysterious man in the woods determined to pick them off one by one. And she certainly never planned on falling in love.
Signal's strategy is coming apart at the seams as the true killer prepares to strike again in Teen Killers Club.
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This book was a total whirlwind! You go into the book not knowing who to trust, main character included, and it just gets worse as you start to like different characters. The book really makes you question everything you thought you knew and really sends you for a loop. There was a point where I didn’t even trust the camp counselors. The characters are ruthless yet at times charming, and that’s what really made the book for me. If you’re looking for a really fast and fun read, this is the book I would recommend. It’s a little creepy and very addicting and I’ll be likely to read this author’s future works!
Many thanks to Netgalley and publishers for this review copy. A campy, page turner, Teen Killers Club, will suck you in and keep you guessing. Signal Deere has been dropped off at a camp designed to train teens convicted of murder, to become assassins. Signal only agreed because it meant getting out of prison. What she didn’t expect, was the chance to meet the people who would become her very best friends and the ability to solve her own case of being wrongfully accused (and convicted). But when their time at camp ends abruptly and the campers are forced out on to their missions prematurely, things end in a way most readers couldn’t imagine. Without giving too much away, I highly recommend this book for true crime, horror, and dystopian fans alike. I will wait patiently for the next installment!!!!!!