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"The paramedics shared a look: This one was serious."
To most of the Facebook 15, bullying Audrey Bales was just a game - until two deep cuts with a Swiss army knife changed everything forever. Audrey didn't want attention anymore. After five weeks at Fairview High School, Audrey wanted to die.
The doctors did the only thing they could with her: they put her away.
But in Fairview, Virginia, the nightmare is only beginning. The chat session had not gone unobserved. The Facebook 15 have drawn the attention of an ancient evil that lives only to punish those who would prey upon the weak.
They are the ghosts of 1,000 dead children - 1,000 suicides - and their master....
Their master likes Audrey Bales.
And as Audrey attempts to heal her mind and body, far from home, their master prepares for the justice he will unleash upon her return.
©2014 Marcus Damanda (P)2015 Marcus Damanda
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5 out of 5 stars
By K. Richardson on 05-22-16

You won't want to put this book down.

This book is amazingly refreshing! I found myself trying to find things to do that would allow me to keep listening. Yes, it is that good.

This book begins with tension and suspense--will the girl kill herself or not? Will the "Facebook 15" be punished for bullying or merely get a slap on the wrist? What happens to the souls of those that have committed suicide? I am having a difficult time writing a review without giving anything away. So let's stick to this:

This is one of the best books I have listened to all year. I love the suspense throughout without a single moment of "down time"; every single part is riveting!

Here is my only complaint. 3 hours!? This is book 1 in only 3 hours? Now I need to get the next book. Perhaps that is the point--to get people to buy more books. But this is such a short book that I feel like all the other ones should be added to this one to make a decent sized novel. Yes, this book is way too short! If that is my only complaint, then, you know this is a good book.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By trixie on 11-08-16

Book 1

What did you love best about Devils in the Dark?

The story is heartfelt and definitely dark, but there's part with of humor and there that help light the way. Possibly the best part was the great characterization. Each of the characters were very well fleshed out . Even in the darkest situations, I could understand motivations and found myself cheering Audrey on, while seriously hating a few of the Facebook Fifteen.

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5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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