Recommended for teenage boys.
Though juvenile, this book kept me going.
Before the ink on the lease is dry, Nate starts to notice some strange things about his new home.
His new neighbors clue him in to additional oddities, from doors that are permanently locked to hidden messages in the walls to rooms whose tenants all commit suicide. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Nate and his new friends attempt to unlock the deeper secrets of the Kavach building, not knowing that the consequences of their actions could be catastrophic. …
Clines is very popular in this genre. I’m starting on his most recent book – The Fold.
It’s getting great reviews.