Mortal Danger, by Ann Aguirre | Book Review
By Ann Aguirre
Hardback: 376 pages
Age Range: 12 and up
Publisher: Feiwell and Friends (August 5, 2014)
What to expect: Dark Romance, Fantasy, Urban Legends
When unpopular, ugly Edie steps out on the ledge, the last person she expects to stop her from jumping is the most beautiful guy she’s ever seen. But Kian isn’t just there to save her; he’s offering her a deal that will give her three wishes of anything she wants. Edie’s smart enough to know these will come at a price, but she doesn’t care. Anything is better than the hell she’s been living in.
When Edie turns up beautiful on the first day of school, ready for revenge against the Teflon Crew who tortured her all last year, the last thing she expects is to feel sorry for them. But the Immortal Game is picking off her enemies for her, each act more horrifying than the last, threatening to drive her insane and throw her off track from her supposedly brilliant future. Kian helps her navigate her new world, where Urban legends and horror stories come alive. With the Thin Man stalking her and any number of monsters waiting just outside her bedroom window, can Kian help keep her safe? And if it comes down to it, will she sacrifice her safety for his?
This creepy, darkly romantic first book in the Immortal Game series is a terrifying treat. Close the blinds and cover up your mirrors—it’s about to get scary!
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About the Author
Ann Aguirre is the author of the New York Times– and USA Today–bestselling Razorland Trilogy (Enclave, Outpost, and Horde). She lives in Mexico with her family.