Wednesday, March 18, 2015


pic and description taken from Goodreads


Seventeen-year-old Jocelyn follows clues apparently from her dead twin, Jack, in and around Seale House, the terrifying foster home where they once lived. With help from childhood friend Noah she begins to uncover the truth about Jack's death and the company that employed him and Noah.

Jocelyn's twin brother Jack was the only family she had growing up in a world of foster homes-and now he's dead, and she has nothing. Then she gets a cryptic letter from "Jason December"-the code name her brother used to use when they were children at Seale House, a terrifying foster home that they believed had dark powers. Only one other person knows about Jason December: Noah, Jocelyn's childhood crush and their only real friend among the troubled children at Seale House.

But when Jocelyn returns to Seale House and the city where she last saw Noah, she gets more than she bargained for. Turns out the house's powers weren't just a figment of a childish imagination. And someone is following Jocelyn. Is Jack still alive? And if he is, what kind of trouble is he in? The answer is revealed in a shocking twist that turns this story on its head and will send readers straight back to page 1 to read the book in a whole new light.


Where do I start?  I finished this book last week and still don't know how to put in words what I feel about this book.  It was a total mind trip for me.  

When Jocelyn gets a letter from her brother with his code name "Jason December" her world starts to fall apart.  She is determined to figure out the clues in his letter so she can find her brother.  In her search she seeks out her brother Jack's childhood friend Noah and asks for his help.

Jocelyn, Jack and Noah grew up in a children's home called Seale House.  The woman there raising them was not the kindest person.  Some of the kids in the home had some real problems,  Weird thing were happening in the house, and Jocelyn was trying to keep kids safe.

While Noah and Jocelyn follow the clues to find Jack other things come to lite.  I cannot even start.  This is where the story gets interesting.  Okay, so it was interesting from the very beginning, but this is when it gets really interesting.

When the description says the book turns you on it's head, it is so so true.  I wanted to go back and read it all over again.  It was so fantastic. Fantastic.  I am still in awe.  I don't know how to even explain the mind trip.  It was FAN FREAKING TASTIC.  

It was such a great read.  I think you will be happy if you decide to pick it up.  If you do I want to know your reaction.  Seriously!





Kate Kae Myers
pic and bio taken from Goodreads

Kate Kae Myers lives with her family in Boise, Idaho where she works for a local school district as a sign language interpreter. She invites you to visit her website where you can find her full bio, read a sample chapter from The Vanishing Game, follow her blog, and download Jack's clues: