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Coree and Olivia are seemingly normal fifteen year old girls, concerned with getting their learner’s permit, chatting to friends online and boys. One boy, in particular, the enigmatic “Teen Axe Slayer” Nathaniel Page. Together, the two girls develop a “fandom” around Natty that eventually grows into something much deeper and stranger.

Convinced that Natty is wounded and mis
Published December 15th 2016 by Epic Extreme
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Mar 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This high interest title features a captivating crime story told through emails, transcripts, etc. The readability is quite low and the short length and abundance of white space on the pages make this title excellent for teen readers with lower reading ability and/or little motivation to read. (This is to be expected, since the publisher is known for producing hi-lo titles). The author’s note added a compelling layer to this work that I am certain readers at my school would love. I will definite ...more
Amanda Cresse
Oct 21, 2017 rated it liked it
I have never understood hybristophilia, or "murder fangirls." It is such a strange idea for me to grasp. This book does a good job of telling two connected "killer" (also the name of the series) stories from a few different points of views. It has an easy format (told through transcripts) that is quick to digest and move through. This makes it a good pick for reluctant readers. The topic itself just gives me the creeps. ...more
Neko Gawr
May 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
Rating is 4/5, This is first type of Fast reads novel I've gotten into beside the Coming out book about Trans and it kept me reading, its written in style of like a documentary detailing what happened with a killer and has you doubting which side you're on for the killer having a horrible upbringing and having no one or other witnesses saying thats all a lie. I'd def recommend this to anyone who loves crime novels and mysteries, it may take a bit to get into but you won't regret it ...more
Joy Davenport
Language and violence in first 40 pages.
Interesting format: alternates between new stories, text messages, comments left after online sources are quoted, interview transcripts.
Dec 12, 2019 rated it liked it
*Actual Rating: 3.5 Stars*
PG: PARENTAL ADVISORY: Conflict and Aggression are limited or moderate. May contain mild profanity suggestive language and brief scenes of nudity.

E:Easy: 3rd grade Vocabulary

Method: Physical Book

Location: Chautaugua-Cattaraugus Library System
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Nicole M. Taylor was an only child, born deep in the corn-ears of rural Michigan where she honed her talents for being supercilious, eating pop-tarts and making up strange fictional situations.

Today, she lives in San Jose with her husband and a small fetal alien named Magoo. She writes speculative fiction about witches, ghosts, robots, reptoid aliens and pianists. She also works occasionally as a

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