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  • Thank you Netgalley and Random House!

    Thank you Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group/Ballantine/Del Ray for allowing me to read and review this title! All thoughts and opinions are my own. Hide is a combination of The Cabin in the Woods, Hunger Games, Battle Royale, and Maze Runner vibes with horror and supernatural mixed in. I wasn't immediately gripped into the story as it had a pretty slow build up but the climax and ending are very rewarding to stick it through. We are introduced to fourteen adult individuals who are entered in a "hide-and-seek" game in an abandoned amusement park. The park was shut down years ago due to a missing young girl who died in the park, which left a bad taste in the people's mouth. Years later, a company creates a TV based game called Olly Olly Oxen Free Hide and Seek Tournament. The winner will receive the prize of $50,000. Kiersten White has had some hits and misses with books but this one is definitely a hit. I really like the fact that this is a stand-alone story. It doesn't need a sequel. I think she did a fantastic job developing each of the 14 characters. Of course a few of them get more development than others like Mack who is our "main" character/pov. I was rooting for her quite a bit. I enjoyed the satire-ness of it which reminded me of Cabin in the Woods. The horror aspect was done very well and I'm looking forward to reading more books from White in this genre. 4.5 stars

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