Publication: May 10th 2016
Publisher: Polis Books
Pages: 320 pages
Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary, Mystery, Horror, Retelling, Science Fiction
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤
“Expect the worst and you’ll never be disappointed” (Rhyne 67).
Jo Hall is dead. Well, kind of. She can still think, walk, and talk like a person is supposed to. She can still crack jokes with her roommate Lucy and tweet like a fiend. But her heart doesn’t beat anymore, she doesn’t have to breathe, she’s starting to smell (like, really smell), and her body has kind of started decomposing before her eyes. Jo remembers being taken in the middle of a snowstorm and then waking up in a morgue, now a monster. Jo wants to find out who did this to her, and her best friend Lucy and maybe boyfriend Eli are ready to help, but who knows what dangers Jo’s search will uncover.