Woohoo! This is the tenth edition of the amazing link-up created and hosted by Sophie @ Sailing Through Books and co-hosted by Izel @ A Bookish Flower. It is called “When I First Saw You.” I have explained it tons of times, but for everybody that wants to get into it, I’ll be nice and tell you.
“When I First Saw You” is a lovely link-up hosted by the two awesome bloggers linked above. They give you four covers, and you get to choose one. Then, you get to make your own synopsis based on the book.
Sure, you can say that we are literally judging a book by its cover.
Title: Camp So-And-So
Author: Mary McCoy
Expected Publishing Date / Publisher: March 1st 2017 by Carolrhoda Lab
“When the crows caw, the monsters in the woods come out. Beware, there may be nobody to help you…”
Pearce Jones never really thought about attending a camp over the summer. It never came across his mind. Now, he’s failing school because of his stunning Spanish teacher, and because he doesn’t have the time to study anymore. Well, that’s what he thinks.
Pearce’s step-dad takes him to Camp So-And-So, a camp where it seems like nobody cares what happens. The food is nasty, the games stink, and everybody seems like they are falling into a trance with the camp director.
What Pearce doesn’t know is that the camp is secretly haunted. With help from the fellow campers, and maybe that one kid that doesn’t care about anything except for the newest Transformer movie, Pearce will have to uncover the mystery of Camp So-And-So.
The Real Deal
Twenty-five campers. Five cabins.
One very dangerous summer camp.
Cabin 1 must face off against their ultimate rivals, the posh campers across the lake — who may be more than they seem.
Cabin 2 is being stalked by a murderous former camper.
Cabin 3 sets off on a quest to break an age-old curse.
Cabin 4 will meet their soulmates — who also pose a deadly threat.
And Cabin 5…well, it might already be too late for Cabin 5.
This is no ordinary camp. Survival will require courage, cunning, and perhaps even magic.
And the hot dogs are terrible.
I love mine, but is it possible that I may be falling for the real thing too?
I honestly love both synopsis’s, mine’s and the real thing. I feel like it is going to be a very interesting read and kind of spooky also with all of the things that are going on around the camp. I can not wait to read this next year.
THAT LAST SENTENCE THOUGH! And the hot dogs are terrible…