On a dark Halloween night three teenagers go into a clearing in the woods not far from a famous author's old mansion. That night the author disappears and the teens are the suspects of the disappearance. But did they? And why? And who really did what to whom? Creatively written, the story is put together with multiple perspectives, and with that the reader has only a few pages that explain this ordeal.
Overall, I thought it was an interesting book. It is a page turning mystery. It gives new thoughts about sibling rivalry and love. It spreads sparks, which cause new ideas about how far the imagination can go. For someone twelve or older this book is easy to understand. But I think this book is not for younger people because of descriptions in the book. This is what I think of this book.