After the last incident at Bayview High, no one thinks things could get any worse. When Simon Kelleher died, apparently his gossip app died, too. But then someone begins texting a Truth or Dare game to individual students. Phoebe ignored the first text, only to have a secret revealed. Students are taking more and more dangerous dares to protect their secrets. By the time Knox is targeted, things are escalating fast. A student is killed, and the whole school is spooked. Who is the next student chosen by text, and who is the one doing this?
Teen Student Reviewer (15):
I'll read this again! I adored this book a lot, especially because I really love anything mystery and thriller. The sequel did not disappoint. As a matter of fact, I enjoyed it even better than book 1 because of all the new characters. The plot leads you down a path where you expect to be able to guess what happens in the end, but it really takes you on a whole new journey. The entire time I felt like a detective trying to piece together the different clues and perspectives. That gave it a whole new level of experience that I really enjoy.
If you don't like to read or are in a reading slump, be prepared to stay on the edge of your seat! One of Us Is Next hooks you from the very first chapter. The plot is very unpredictable and filled with action packed scenarios that are captivating.
The story contains profanity, mentions of drug/alcohol use, and mild sexual situations.
This is the follow-up to One of Us Is Lying and shows you what's next for the four main characters.
Themes around which you can build discussion are teamwork, the importance of friends, and how to have strong, healthy relationships.
13 and Up
13 and Up
Teen Student Volunteer. Reviewer Age: 15
Buy. This is a book worth re-reading. The first time through you can easily skip over the smaller details.