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❰KINDLE❯ ❁ Killer Game Author Kirsty McKay – Connecfloor.co.uk At Cate's isolated boarding school Killer Game is a tradition Only a select few are invited to play They must avoid being killed by a series of thrilling pranks and identify the murderer But this timeKINDLE Killer Game Author Kirsty McKay Connecfloorcouk At Cate's isolated boarding school Killer Game is a tradition Only a select few are invited to play They must avoid being k

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Series of thrilling pranks and identify the murderer But this time it's different the game stops feeling fake and starts getting dangerous and Cate's the next target Can they find the culprit before it's too late?

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Killer GameIlled by a series of thrilling pranks and identify the murderer But this time At Cate's isolated boarding school Killer Game is a tradition Only a select few are invited to play They must avoid being killed by a

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  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameI was thinking this book was going to be something else entirely I'm not sure why but I had a few movies running around in my head where they were these masks but that has nothing to do with the story This book is a little young adult than I was expecting when I started reading it but I really enjoyed it The kids are sort of weird and dorky acting but who isn't at that age It does have a creep factor that reminds me of the young horror books I used to read as a kid I'm old that was a long time ago Cate's


  • Nenia ✨️ Socially Awkward Trash Panda ✨️ Campbell

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameInstagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestRemember those Point Horror books that were so popular in the 80s and 90s? RL Stine Christopher Pike Diane Hoh? When I was in middle school my school library had a little bookshelf crammed with these trashy gems and I checked them out by the dozen I think by the time I had my commencement ce


  • Bren

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameIt is about 400 AM when they come for me I am already awake strung out on the fear that they will come and the fear that they won't When I finally hear the click of the latch on the dormitory door I have only a second to brace myself before they're on meThe Assassin Game by Kirsty McKayMy reviewCome one come all Let's playThe assassin gameImagine Just imagine You are


  • Dannii Elle

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameActual rating 35 starsI received this book on a read to review basis from NetGalley Thank you to the author Kirsty McKay and the publisher Sourcebooks Fire for the opportunityThis novel whilst not being entirely new in plot and idea handled a tried and tested concept well whilst feeling uniue enough to not feel like a rehashing of a known tale The novel takes place at an elite boarding school on an isolated island off the coast of Wales The over achieving teenagers who go there have their own secret society that reuires humiliating and dangerous initiation ceremonies to gain access These culminate in the annual Assassin Games where a 'killer' is anonymously selected and must attempt to prank kill his fellow society members until he is discovered or has 'killed' them all The game seemed innocent enough until the members were actually being culled at the hands of an unknown killer and the pack began to turn on themselvesI enjoyed the plot and the goose pimples along my arm


  • Stacee

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameI was super excited at the premise of this book I love any and all things like a secret society so I couldn't wait to get my hands on itCate is an okay MC She's a little dramatic and I felt like I couldn't ever settle into her inner monologue or the rhythm of the story There are a lot of other characters but no one really stood out as a solid likable person to root forThe plot was slow and fas


  • Casey

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameI was thinking of giving this a 28 but I;ve slept on it and it doesn't deserve it 2 StarsAs you guys can probably see by my updates this book took a LONG ass time to start How awesome does this sound? Our MC Cate is in a boarding school called Umfraville Umfraville is for geniuses and on an island that is only accessible by Boat if the tides are right or helicopter After reading this my internal conversation went a bit like this Me Oh cool setting What do you have plot wise book? Book Oh well every year 13 kids play The Assassins Game A game where one of them is the Killer and has to kill all the others before they guess who it is You can kill someone with a fart bomb as gas a water balloon filled with red paint as a grenade the possibilities are endless with a school of gifted children right? RIGHT?M


  • Kaylin (The Re-Read Queen)

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer Game15 StarOverview I received a ARC of this through Netgalley Thank you to the author and the publisher for the opportunity This was a DNF around 20% for me I really hate rating books this low Especially review books And I feel especially bad about the fact that I didn’t finish this But I already had too many problems with it and too many other better books I’d rather spend my time reading An isolated upper class boarding school has a secret society who organizes a giant game referred to as ‘Killer” During this game someone is chosen to be the “killer” and must simulate deaths of other classmates until someone solves the mystery Pros This started right in the middle of the action which I really appreciate All too often books spend too much time elabo


  • Inge

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer Game Killer Game is one of those books that has such an exciting concept that you can't wait to sink your teeth into it Instead Killer sinks its teeth into youI didn't find the first uarter of the book all that interesting but I'm glad I kept reading because the rest of the book was really thrilling You turn page after


  • Kaitie

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameI was immediately drawn to this book on the shelf with its gripping title and creepy looking cover I’m a complete sucker for thrillers especially when they’re done well and the blurb on the back of the book seemed exciting The blurb however really talks up the overall plot of the book making it seem intense than it isI wasn’t entirely disillusioned with the book the descriptions throughout are lovely and the setting a rainy foggy isolated island boarding school is a lovely place for a thriller to take place There’s a bit of a natural feeling love story gem packed within these pages I found my gut burning for the romance than I felt my heart pounding for the suspense Cate the main character has multiple love interests throughout the book I won't gripe about it though because the author handled it well there was no pining over “who to choose” I thin


  • Aoife

    Mobi Ï Killer Game â Kirsty mckay Killer GameI received a free digital copy from the authorpublisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest feedback In an isolated and exclusive boarding school on a Welsh island the Assassin's Guild is the club everyone wants to join Once a year new initiates join and the whole club play a game called 'Killer' where members are killed off using tricks such as smoke