Disruption by Steven Whibley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Disclosure: I got this book as an ARC from Netgalley.
Being a trouble maker really works in the benefit of Matt when his parents send him to Camp Friendship after his latest prank nearly kills a gym of students. Oblivious to the actual nature of the camp Matt thinks he is bound to be making leather bracelets and singing Kumbaya only to find out he is in for a completely different sort of camp. Quickly, Matt learns that his life is at greater risk at this camp than he ever thought and the other campers are dangerous. Before long Matt thinks he figured out the purpose of the camp, but it may not be all that it seems to be.
Steven Whibley creates a web of questions within the story that leave the reader wondering who or what is real. The plot constiently thickens until the very end. The colorful description and unique take on a young adult read definitely sets it apart from many of the young adults out there. Its set in modern day and has the real life angst tha teens are typically overridden with. I liked both the artistic style of the writing as well as the overall theme. I look forward to reading the Cambridge files and I could definitely see this in the theaters.
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