With his gun in his hand, David feels secure, even loved. He has decided that Brittney, a girl in his high school, is his girlfriend—even though she says she’s not. “She wants me to fight for her,” he tells himself. Meanwhile, the town of Malvern, Arkansas, is experiencing a crime wave: Murders or disappearances of everyone who seems to interfere with what David thinks of as true love, or to make Brittney unhappy in any way. How many more will die before David is stopped?
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This book was a little hard to read honestly. The third person telling came across a little stilted. The story itself wasn’t that bad though. Teenage angst and depression can make for some scary stuff and when you add an obsession and a weapon to the mix it becomes explosive. This was a pretty short book for such a big story but overall i would give it a 3.