Sara B. Elfgren,
Mats StrandbergOne night, when a strange red moon fills the sky, six school girls find themselves in an abandoned theme park, drawn there by a mysterious force.
A student has just been found dead. Everyone suspects suicide. Everyone - except them. In that derelict fairground an ancient prophecy is revealed. They are The Chosen Ones, a group of witches, bound together by a power, one which could destroy them all. But they soon learn that despite their differences they need each other in order to master the forces that have been awakened within them.
High school is now a matter of life and death. Because the killing has only just begun.
I'm not a fan of books written by Swedish authors. Not because they are Swedish, but all Swedish authors just seems to really suck. It's true, but I seem to be the only one with that opinion. and i don't like to read about places i have been to, places i know to well. i read to escape.
But then you might ask yourself, why did you pick up this Swedish book when you don't even like books written by Swedish authors? and the answer to that is simple; half of the Swedish civilization was reading the book. of course i had to check up the hype myself, and i. fell. in. love. i loved every bit of the book, simply just everything! sometimes it could get a bit disoriented because the book is from 5 -7 peoples POV, but It got better after a while.
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