You’re So Dead|Review

You’re So Dead – Published 2021

“Plum Winter has always come in second to her sister, the unbelievably cool, famous influencer Peach Winter. And when Peach is invited to an all-expenses paid trip to a luxurious art and music festival for influencers on a private island in the Caribbean, Plum decides it’s finally her time to shine. So she intercepts the invite–and asks her two best friends Antonia and Marlowe to come along to the fest with her. It’ll be a spring break they’ll never forget.

But when Plum and her friends get to the island, it’s not anything like it seemed in the invite. The island is run-down, creepy, and there doesn’t even seem to be a festival–it’s just seven other quasi-celebrities and influencers, and none of the glitz and glamor she expected. Then people start to die…

Plum and her friends soon realize that someone has lured each of them to the “festival” to kill them. Someone has a vendetta against every person on the island–and no one is supposed to leave the island alive. So, together, Plum, Antonia, and Marlowe will do whatever it takes to unravel the mystery of the killer, and fight to save themselves and as many influencers as they can, before it’s too late.” – Goodreads

THOUGHTS

Thank you to Netgalley for the ARC of this book! I love a good YA thriller!

This book was pretty good, and had a lot of the elements that I like in a thriller. I was never actually scared, but I did wonder who dun it many times. It’s set on an island where “famous” influencers have been invited to a festival for a new social media app. Except once they get there nothing is as it was supposed to be, and people start dropping like flies.

It’s a good look at Instagram fame and its control that it can have over people. There’s no love story involved, but rather a story of friendship and survival.

I thought it was pretty good, and definitely one I think YA readers would enjoy!

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