Rave by Konn Lavery (Review)

* I received a copy of this book for my honest review*

From the award-winning author Konn Lavery comes a gritty new tale of angst and survival.
Seth is ready for the greatest rave of 1999, which lands on the ten-year anniversary of his cousin Floyd’s brutal crime. Prince George is a small town. Cursed by proxy, love, and desire, Seth needs this night as an escape.
But his hopes of sweet release wither as he and his friends witness an unexplainable murder, carelessly getting their DNA on the scene. The RCMP are going to love them! They’ll completely believe that these drugged-out kids saw a horned man-beast decapitating people—right?
The head-chopper closes in as the authorities connect the dots. Oh, and Floyd shows up, sharing the truth about his dark, unsettling past. In just over twenty-four hours of drugs, bloodshed, and lust, the four kids are in for a rave of a lifetime.


 First off I have to say this isn't the kind of book I would usually read but it did sound interesting so I decided to give it a shot. I am so glad I did give it a read because I did actually enjoy it.

Rave is set in British Columbia and I have lived in British Columbia for 4 years (and fell in love with the Province) so that was one reason why I wanted to read Rave. This horror book has a great pace and you don't have any problems imagining the story.

This book is intense and gory but I loved every minute of the book.

I do recommend this one.

I am giving this 4 out of 5. 

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