I have reviewed They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso for NetGalley!
‘Victory or Dust’ is the simple motto of the Gamemaster’s Society. There isn’t anything sinister in having a catchy slogan or a secret society inside an academy. Is there? And yet, every fiber of Maren’s body screams at her that the Gamemaster’s Society is the reason for her best friend’s disappearance. Although everybody, including Polly’s parents, has accepted the police’s theory that she ran away of her own accord, Maren does not believe it. She knows the only way to find the truth is by joining this super secret society. By far, her only concern is getting an invitation to join this “clan.”What she doesn’t realize is that getting out of the Society will soon become the most complicated equation of her problem.
“… If you should fail your initiation challenge, you must carry this secret to your grave. On pain of death.”– An excerpt from They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso
They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso, in its secrets and attractive characters are reminiscent of Pretty Little Liars, a TV series. However, the story is not a reflection of the series by any means. The plot, with its shocking twists, is as gripping as it comes. Chelsea Ichaso plants a never-yielding ominous feeling inside the hearts of her audience, and still, Maren’s quest to find answers provides a faint hope that keeps them glued to the pages. The protagonist, antagonist, and side characters are beautifully written. The high reach of the Gamemaster Society seemed unbelievable; however, that did not lessen the entertainment anyway. They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso is a recommended read for readers who enjoy Young Adult Thrillers.
But winning feels a lot like being played.– An excerpt from They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso
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