Still Waters

Still Waters

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When seventeen-year-old Hannah and her eighteen-year-old boyfriend sneak off to a broken-down old cottage at a deserted lake for the weekend, things do not go at all as planned.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2011
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse pbk. ed
ISBN: 9781442421141
Branch Call Number: Fiction Berne TEEN
Characteristics: 212 p. ; 21 cm


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branch_reviews Jun 11, 2012

After finding an old map and photograph of a log cabin in her boyfriend’s attic, seventeen year old Hannah Taylor decides to do something completely out of character. She steals the map and photo and then plans a secret weekend getaway at the cabin for herself and her boyfriend Colin. One last hurrah before Colin leaves for university in a couple of weeks. However… things do not go as Hannah planned. The cabin is located in a totally isolated area, without electricity or heat. It is also way more run down than it appeared in the photo. The inside of the cabin has a really creepy feel – with coffee cups left half-full on the counter and dirty dishes left in the sink – it looks like whoever was there last ran out in a hurry and never looked back. Things go from bad to worse as Colin begins acting really strangely. One minute he seems normal, the next, a stranger – yelling at Hannah, calling her by other names, and at one point chasing her madly through the woods! Hannah begins to seriously question her decision to tell no one where she is… she also begins to question how well she knows Colin. Why is he acting like a different person since they arrived at the cabin? Read on to find out what’s really going on in this cabin in the woods.
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