When Jenny Thorton and her friends open the mysterious white box given to her by Julian, they discover a mysterious game and enter a house of horrors full of their worst nightmares.
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This book is thoroughly enjoyable, i absolutely love books like this. What would you do if you were trapped and your only way out of your nightmare is to go through your nightmares. Well Jenny finds out when she unknowingly gets drawn into a game of fears and twists to face off against the dreaded Shadow man. When backed into a corner in fear for your life the only way out is to delve deeper into the mysterious white-boxed game of nightmares.
Like a child trying to act like an adult.
This book started off great. I couldn't help but think to myself, "what a great idea and story setup this is. There is a great imagination behind this book and it should be fantastic." But I was wrong and instead it turned into a big disappointment. It had SO MUCH potential to be a great story though, so through boredom and trying to get my money's worth out of this book, I went ahead and finished it hoping it would get better. Instead it just kept getting worse. Don't be fooled by the summary which tells of a "house of horrors" and "worst nightmares." Rather, it was full of just plain silly situations and jokes that were out of place and failed to be funny. This tries to be an adult/teen book but it actually felt like a book that only a 12 year old might enjoy. I would love to see someone take the theme or idea of this book and turn it into the great read that it could have been.