Rachel has just returned to Riverside Academy from her Easter vacation. One day a mysterious man comes for a tour of her school. When he sees her wearing her bracelet, he returns to his car and speeds away. The next day he comes for a tour again. The day after that, Rachel and her friend Benjamin walk to the post office. While Benjamin runs in to mail some things, Rachel stays outside enjoying the view. All of a sudden, a paper note comes flying and hits her on the head. Rachel unfolds the note, and it reads, “Meet me at one o’clock tonight at the gates to the school. She turns pale. When Benjamin taps her lightly on the shoulder, she jumps. Will she find out who sent her the note? Why was he there? Why her? All these questions trouble her, and she can no longer sleep peacefully. She is so worried that she becomes sick. Will her worried teachers find out what or who is troubling her? Read this fantastic, five-star book by Liam Mosier to find out.
I really like the plot of this story. I think Liam Mosier did a fantastic job here. It was really intriguing after chapter one, and by chapter three I couldn't put it down. The characters were well-described. For example, my favorite character is Rachel because of her personality. Liam Mosier is a great author, and I can’t wait to read his next books. I recommend this book to children ages 8 and older.