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Camp Neverland is special. At least that's what it said on the mysterious brochure. But when Max arrives to discover her tormentor Chuck Snyder is there, too, her hopes for a magical summer are dashed. Still, the bond she develops with her cabin mates feels almost too good to be true. And when kids start dying in gruesome ways, Max hides a frightening secret. She soon lear Camp Neverland is special. At least that's what it said on the mysterious brochure. But when Max arrives to discover her tormentor Chuck Snyder is there, too, her hopes for a magical summer are dashed. Still, the bond she develops with her cabin mates feels almost too good to be true. And when kids start dying in gruesome ways, Max hides a frightening secret. She soon learns just how far she'll go to belong. Camp Neverland is Sleepaway Camp meets Carrie, with black magic, blood, and an eternal death cult of angry teenage girls. Book 29 in the Rewind-or-Die series: imagine your local movie rental store back in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, remember all those fantastic covers. Remember taking those movies home and watching in awe as the stories unfolded in nasty rainbows of gore, remember the atmosphere and textures. Remember the blood.


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Camp Neverland is special. At least that's what it said on the mysterious brochure. But when Max arrives to discover her tormentor Chuck Snyder is there, too, her hopes for a magical summer are dashed. Still, the bond she develops with her cabin mates feels almost too good to be true. And when kids start dying in gruesome ways, Max hides a frightening secret. She soon lear Camp Neverland is special. At least that's what it said on the mysterious brochure. But when Max arrives to discover her tormentor Chuck Snyder is there, too, her hopes for a magical summer are dashed. Still, the bond she develops with her cabin mates feels almost too good to be true. And when kids start dying in gruesome ways, Max hides a frightening secret. She soon learns just how far she'll go to belong. Camp Neverland is Sleepaway Camp meets Carrie, with black magic, blood, and an eternal death cult of angry teenage girls. Book 29 in the Rewind-or-Die series: imagine your local movie rental store back in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, remember all those fantastic covers. Remember taking those movies home and watching in awe as the stories unfolded in nasty rainbows of gore, remember the atmosphere and textures. Remember the blood.

30 review for Camp Neverland

  1. 4 out of 5

    OutlawPoet

    Well this is a deliciously devious little horror romp! Honestly, I’m more of a door-stopper kind of girl, so it’s rare that a novella hits me as really satisfying, but this one did. Lots of old-school horror nostalgia in the camp setting, but fun, modern characters and some serious girl power! I loved our characters and found myself a little too invested in a bit of bloody vengeance. This was an absolute blast of a read. I enjoyed every page and would happily read the author again! *ARC via Net Gall Well this is a deliciously devious little horror romp! Honestly, I’m more of a door-stopper kind of girl, so it’s rare that a novella hits me as really satisfying, but this one did. Lots of old-school horror nostalgia in the camp setting, but fun, modern characters and some serious girl power! I loved our characters and found myself a little too invested in a bit of bloody vengeance. This was an absolute blast of a read. I enjoyed every page and would happily read the author again! *ARC via Net Galley

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael Hicks

    Lisa Quigley subverts backwoods camp-based horror expectations with her wonderfully witchy, feminist Camp Neverland. Teenage Max has just had her first period in class and her bloodstained pants quickly make her a target for classmate bully Chuck, her bestows upon her the nickname Maxi-Pad. Eager to escape his torments, Max enrolls for a summer of fun, art, and fresh friends at Camp Neverland - only to discover Chuck has enrolled, too. To make matters even more perilous, the campers are greeted o Lisa Quigley subverts backwoods camp-based horror expectations with her wonderfully witchy, feminist Camp Neverland. Teenage Max has just had her first period in class and her bloodstained pants quickly make her a target for classmate bully Chuck, her bestows upon her the nickname Maxi-Pad. Eager to escape his torments, Max enrolls for a summer of fun, art, and fresh friends at Camp Neverland - only to discover Chuck has enrolled, too. To make matters even more perilous, the campers are greeted on their first morning by the sight of a murdered boy... Clocking in at under 80 pages, Camp Neverland is a fast, fleet-of-foot novella that reads quick and smooth. In most camp-set horrors, we'd be watching the bodies pile up like firewood waiting for the Final Girl to turn the tables on their murderous slasher, but what makes Camp Neverland unique is that it's a safe space for girls. (Legend has it that if you head out into the woods late at night you can even hear the howling screams and gnashing of teeth from right-wingers straining under the constant pressures of clutching all their pearls at the notion of safe spaces.) It's a place for girls on the cusp of adulthood to find their own place in the world and develop their interests and talents free from pesky, know-it-all mansplainers. It's a place "To be witnessed. To be loved. To belong.” Camp Neverland is also a place built on secrets and blood, like, let's face it, all the best camps. There's a history of murder and cults and bloodthirsty snakes and rituals -- oh my, the rituals! What I most appreciated about Quigley's latest was her explorations of womanhood, the feminine connection to the Earth, paganism, deplorable men, and the reclamation of women's powers pre-Christianity. For such a slim story, Quigley layers on quite a lot of meat on its bones, not to mention a whole lot of relevance to modern American society and plenty of commentary on the odious nature of masculinity and personal responsibility. No doubt some readers will be turned off by the politics of it all, preferring lighter and fluffier fare they won't be challenged by or feel threatened with having to think for even just a few minutes, but me? I'll take a story with a strong point of view and an author that actually has something to say any day of the week.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Cowgill (LanternsJourney)

    This is the second Rewind or Die book I've read and I can't wait to read more! They're the perfect length and have a wonderful retro-movie feel. Camp Neverland in particular is about friendship, belonging, and finding your truth, wherever that path may lead... It gave me vibes from The Craft and all the other camp-based retro movies. I really enjoyed the characters even though we only had a short time to get to know them and the ending was satisfying. This is the second Rewind or Die book I've read and I can't wait to read more! They're the perfect length and have a wonderful retro-movie feel. Camp Neverland in particular is about friendship, belonging, and finding your truth, wherever that path may lead... It gave me vibes from The Craft and all the other camp-based retro movies. I really enjoyed the characters even though we only had a short time to get to know them and the ending was satisfying.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kasha's Book Sematary

    In this unexpected summer camp story we are following Max who takes the opportunity to run away from her life and wants to have a fun summer time away from it all. Unfortunately for Max as soon as she gets to the camp and even though all the girls seem to be too friendly, she discovers that her bully whom she hoped to leave behind for at least the summer, is also there. Max starts to seek refuge in her paintings and discovers that these pictures she is painting might have a darker meaning and migh In this unexpected summer camp story we are following Max who takes the opportunity to run away from her life and wants to have a fun summer time away from it all. Unfortunately for Max as soon as she gets to the camp and even though all the girls seem to be too friendly, she discovers that her bully whom she hoped to leave behind for at least the summer, is also there. Max starts to seek refuge in her paintings and discovers that these pictures she is painting might have a darker meaning and might be something that could change her life forever. Even though I was not a big fan of the pacing and a lot of the story was really predictable it was still a dark and twisted story perfect for the summer season.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anna Kay

    The satanic cult, summer camp story I've been searching for! I liked the feminist twist and after this one I think Lisa Quigley is officially a favorite author. The satanic cult, summer camp story I've been searching for! I liked the feminist twist and after this one I think Lisa Quigley is officially a favorite author.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Robinson

    In 79 pages, Lisa Quigley provides a quick, brutal book perfect for summer reading. Life is busy and these Rewind Or Die books from Unnerving provide quick bites of nostalgic horror able to be devoured in a sitting. Camp Neverland is a coming of age story focused on a new arrival at a seemingly idyllic summer camp in Vermont. Quigley is able to quickly endear the MC to the reader and there isn’t a long wait before things get moving. With just enough backstory and character development, readers w In 79 pages, Lisa Quigley provides a quick, brutal book perfect for summer reading. Life is busy and these Rewind Or Die books from Unnerving provide quick bites of nostalgic horror able to be devoured in a sitting. Camp Neverland is a coming of age story focused on a new arrival at a seemingly idyllic summer camp in Vermont. Quigley is able to quickly endear the MC to the reader and there isn’t a long wait before things get moving. With just enough backstory and character development, readers will find this book impossible to look away from as they relish in the author’s dark imagination.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Irene

    This was my first venture into the Rewind or Die series and although this is book 29 don't let that stop you from diving in. This is a stand alone novella, in the style of those great old horror movies of yester-year. Max is a lonely teenage girl with a passion for drawing, and no friends to speak of. She is ignored by most, and tormented by one in particular. She is looking forward to the end of the school year when she can get a break from being bullied and harassed by Chuck, the boy who makes This was my first venture into the Rewind or Die series and although this is book 29 don't let that stop you from diving in. This is a stand alone novella, in the style of those great old horror movies of yester-year. Max is a lonely teenage girl with a passion for drawing, and no friends to speak of. She is ignored by most, and tormented by one in particular. She is looking forward to the end of the school year when she can get a break from being bullied and harassed by Chuck, the boy who makes her life hell. This summer will be special, because she's going away to Camp Neverland, a mysterious summer camp that sounds too good to be true. Now we all know what happens in horror movies when a teen is bullied beyond her breaking point. Especially a girl like Max who may be more powerful than she knows. Bad things happen that's what. Painful, deadly things. This was a fun read with a nostalgic horror movie vibe. I enjoyed the woodsy camp setting and will definitely be looking into more of the Ride or Die series. I received an advance copy for review. Camp Neverland will be published on June 24

  8. 5 out of 5

    Suz Jay

    “A forked tongue darted from her mouth She was hungry. Hungry for blood. Hungry for revenge. Hungry for men.”* Camp Neverland gives Max the opportunity to find friendship and explore her artistic talent. But the special serenity shatters once she discovers the boy who bullied her at school is a fellow camper. And Max fears her new found friends will abandon her once he reveals her shameful secrets. I really enjoyed HELL’S BELLS, Quigley’s earlier Rewind or Die installment with its Freddie-Mercury- “A forked tongue darted from her mouth She was hungry. Hungry for blood. Hungry for revenge. Hungry for men.”* Camp Neverland gives Max the opportunity to find friendship and explore her artistic talent. But the special serenity shatters once she discovers the boy who bullied her at school is a fellow camper. And Max fears her new found friends will abandon her once he reveals her shameful secrets. I really enjoyed HELL’S BELLS, Quigley’s earlier Rewind or Die installment with its Freddie-Mercury-obsessed protagonist and CAMP NEVERLAND proved even more delightful. This installment definitely delivers on it’s promise of having CARRIE and SLEEPAWAY CAMP vibes. I’ll add that there’s a dash of Medusa mythology goodness and THE CRAFT as well. Max makes a great protagonist as she struggles with moral dilemmas while being wooed by the women at camp. These women include a trans woman, which I absolutely loved. I wanted more world building and more time getting to know Max’s bunk mates, but dug Miss Flo, the fabulously flamboyant headmistress and her studly security detail. I devoured the story, finding the ending and epilogue supremely satisfying. The Rewind or Die books are a blood-splattered oasis in these turbulent times. I am a huge fan of the series, which invokes the spirit of horror movies watched on videotape. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks to NetGalley and Unnerving for providing an Advance Reader Copy. *Please note that my review is based on uncorrected text.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Marie

    3.25 stars. I thought there were some good things about this novella, but a lot of it was very unfulfilling. Also, the horror was not high stakes enough for me to buy it. Review to come.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hailey Piper

    I was lucky to read Camp Neverland early, and it's a thoughtful and thought-provoking exploration into the woods of power dynamics and legend. Quigley's sinister magic draws us in, and once we're there, we don't want to go home. A wnderful mix of coming-of-age and folk horror, these are the girls you want as friends to the end. I was lucky to read Camp Neverland early, and it's a thoughtful and thought-provoking exploration into the woods of power dynamics and legend. Quigley's sinister magic draws us in, and once we're there, we don't want to go home. A wnderful mix of coming-of-age and folk horror, these are the girls you want as friends to the end.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jacqui Hertz

    Camp Neverland is a horror novella with a teenage heroine named Max (short for "Maxine") who will likely appeal to female young adult readers. The setting of a summer camp with the familiar forest, lake, cabins, s'more, art sessions, and campfire ghost stories will likewise resonate with a young adult audience. The way the familiar aspects of a summer camp are twisted in this horror story would make this book one that could produce shivers up the spine if read at sleepaway camp in particular. Th Camp Neverland is a horror novella with a teenage heroine named Max (short for "Maxine") who will likely appeal to female young adult readers. The setting of a summer camp with the familiar forest, lake, cabins, s'more, art sessions, and campfire ghost stories will likewise resonate with a young adult audience. The way the familiar aspects of a summer camp are twisted in this horror story would make this book one that could produce shivers up the spine if read at sleepaway camp in particular. The most fascinating aspect of this book is how it explores its themes of gender relations between males and females (how the history of men abusing women and committing violence against women becomes the justification for acts of vengeance against the boys attending this camp) as well as analyzing the dark side of an adolescent longing for acceptance and the desire for summer and camp to never end but endure forever. Max's experiences of being bullied in school will also be relatable to many young women who read this novella as will be her feelings of bonding with the girls who share her cabin. I do appreciate how Camp Neverland features female friendship rather than having the girls seeking to destroy one another as is common in young adult literature. The book certainly contains many delightfully disturbing ideas and images. A woman made of snakes. Scary initiation rites. Ghost stories that might have a basis in truth. Comics and pictures that might create real consequences for real people. Despite those strengths, the book would benefit from further editing. I noticed multiple typos throughout the ARC I received as well as missed or repeated words and some oddly spaced paragraphs. With a book this short, hopefully every page will be checked with a fine-tooth comb before final publication and these errors will be rectified. (In the interest of full disclosure, I received a free promotional copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I received an ARC of this book thanks to NetGalley and publisher Unnverving in exchange for an honest review. The Rewind or Die horror series is fast becoming one of my favourite sources for good horror. I feel like every installment has something new and interesting to offer, and Camp Neverland is no exception. As always this is a standalone book which tells the story of Max, a girl keen to escape her life of being bullied by going to a mysterious camp for the summer. Unfortunately for her, when I received an ARC of this book thanks to NetGalley and publisher Unnverving in exchange for an honest review. The Rewind or Die horror series is fast becoming one of my favourite sources for good horror. I feel like every installment has something new and interesting to offer, and Camp Neverland is no exception. As always this is a standalone book which tells the story of Max, a girl keen to escape her life of being bullied by going to a mysterious camp for the summer. Unfortunately for her, when she arrives she discovers her bully is also there. Thankfully she has a whole host of new female friends who have her back, though soon she realises the camp is not as innocent as it seems when a grisly death occurs. This book was so interesting to me on so many levels. The story is somewhat predictable from the outset but the exact nature and depth of the horror is kept hidden, so you never quite feel like you know how it's going to turn out. Max was a very compelling character and I found the way she reacted to the camp and what was going on around her really added to the story. Like the best horror stories, Camp Neverland has plenty to say about people and society. There are strong feminist themes throughout and these are woven effortlessly into the story. It gave me a lot to think about and even though it is relatively short, it felt like it carried a lot of depth to it because of these themes. If you are looking for something beyond the typical slasher, Camp Neverland is a great book to pick up. It is a quick and entertaining read with great characters, an engaging story and some classic horror imagery. I am a huge fan of these kinds of books and I can't wait to see what comes out in the future. Overall Rating: 4/5 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nikki (Spine Tinglers)

    Camp Neverland tells an interesting tale of young women at a camp, forgotten by those around them as they learn to be independent, self-assured, and strong in every sense of the word. It tells a tale of friendship, burgeoning womanhood, and mystery, as the camp belies the idyllic nature it has as a facade. I enjoyed this book, a quick read, for its story of sisterhood and growth. I thought the horror elements were powerful, and at times ghastly in a good way. There was a great balance of gore and Camp Neverland tells an interesting tale of young women at a camp, forgotten by those around them as they learn to be independent, self-assured, and strong in every sense of the word. It tells a tale of friendship, burgeoning womanhood, and mystery, as the camp belies the idyllic nature it has as a facade. I enjoyed this book, a quick read, for its story of sisterhood and growth. I thought the horror elements were powerful, and at times ghastly in a good way. There was a great balance of gore and horror elements with the coming of age tale. I also liked the dialogue and found it snappy at times, building the characters well. I was a little confused at times at the simplicity of the writing style. I often enjoy books that use simpler language with straightforward writing, but it felt at times a little too simple (perhaps confined by the brevity of the book). It felt sometimes more like a book oriented at a younger audience, but then the themes and language would get more mature feeling. I don't think it was written poorly, but don't expect loads of details or imagery throughout the book. Overall, I really liked this book and wanted to know what happened next after each chapter. It had a good driving plot and told a concise story that I found myself thinking about after I finished. *Disclaimer: I read an ARC of this book through NetGalley.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paul Downey

    Camp Neverland is a short novella that explores the consequences of bullying with a supernatural twinge. We follow the character of Max, a lonely girl who has suffered abuse throughout her school life and is not sure where she belongs – until she gets an invitation to stay at Camp Neverland. Once she arrives she sees this is a place where the women rule and the men serve, or else! Quigley does not try to hide the social commentary throughout Camp Neverland, although sometimes it does feel it is bea Camp Neverland is a short novella that explores the consequences of bullying with a supernatural twinge. We follow the character of Max, a lonely girl who has suffered abuse throughout her school life and is not sure where she belongs – until she gets an invitation to stay at Camp Neverland. Once she arrives she sees this is a place where the women rule and the men serve, or else! Quigley does not try to hide the social commentary throughout Camp Neverland, although sometimes it does feel it is beating the reader over the head. This novella is at its best when it is ambiguous and tries to play with some of its pre-established conventions although it does resolve these into a fairly predictable conclusion. It is certainly great to see female authors trying to give us stories of real female empowerment although Camp Neverland does fall short slightly as it takes some characters to places where they are hard to sympathise with. Camp Neverland won’t be for everyone but it is fun and harmless short read. Camp Neverland by Lisa Quigley is released on 24th June 2021.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    Thanks to NetGalley and Lisa Quigley for this ARC. This book gave me eerie vibes of a summer camp in the Twilight Zone with a modern day premise of Neverland! The camp is a special place for hand-picked gifted children such as Max who has never felt comfortable at school and doesn't make friends easily. Finding acceptance upon arrival at the camp and with her bunk mates she quickly falls under the spell of Camp Neverland. Her dreams of a wonderful summer are soon dashed as a boy who taunted her a Thanks to NetGalley and Lisa Quigley for this ARC. This book gave me eerie vibes of a summer camp in the Twilight Zone with a modern day premise of Neverland! The camp is a special place for hand-picked gifted children such as Max who has never felt comfortable at school and doesn't make friends easily. Finding acceptance upon arrival at the camp and with her bunk mates she quickly falls under the spell of Camp Neverland. Her dreams of a wonderful summer are soon dashed as a boy who taunted her arrives at the camp and another boy is found dead at the mess hall. Her new friends assure her all is well because after all ... boys are mean like that and sometimes get what they deserve. Great fast read novella with a steady pace. Part of the Rewind-or-Die series books but a stand-alone so you don't have to read the others to enjoy this one. If there had been a bit more details included it would have been a 5 star for me. I would have loved to see this little one grow up to be a big book with tons more detail. #CampNeverland #NetGalley

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelsi - Slime and Slashers

    This was quick and easy to read, however the story didn't capture me. I did sympathize with the main character Max because she was bullied and felt like an outcast for a lot of her young life. But once she got to camp, I just couldn't connect with the underlying message of the book. It felt like part of the message was that most men are bad. Don't get me wrong, parts of the story were empowering, inspirational, and awesome. Who wouldn't want to stand up and get revenge against a bully or bullies This was quick and easy to read, however the story didn't capture me. I did sympathize with the main character Max because she was bullied and felt like an outcast for a lot of her young life. But once she got to camp, I just couldn't connect with the underlying message of the book. It felt like part of the message was that most men are bad. Don't get me wrong, parts of the story were empowering, inspirational, and awesome. Who wouldn't want to stand up and get revenge against a bully or bullies!? I just felt like the tone of the message and even the dialogue were both heavy-handed at times. I loved the gore (which was great and detailed near the end of the book), and I liked how Max gains confidence and friendship and learns to stand up for herself throughout the book. However, there was something that just didn't connect for me personally, but others may enjoy this much more! 3 stars.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cass (only the darkest reads)

    Thank you to Net Galley and Unnerving for the advanced review copy. This is the first book in the Rewind or Die series that I've read, and it was a fun little bite sized story. Max has always been an outsider. So when a pamphlet for Camp Neverland shows up in her mailbox, offering an exclusive sleep away art camp and a summer away with like minded individuals, she cannot wait to go. The moment she arrives she feels home. Her bunkmates are cool, the atmosphere is rad. Everything is going great unt Thank you to Net Galley and Unnerving for the advanced review copy. This is the first book in the Rewind or Die series that I've read, and it was a fun little bite sized story. Max has always been an outsider. So when a pamphlet for Camp Neverland shows up in her mailbox, offering an exclusive sleep away art camp and a summer away with like minded individuals, she cannot wait to go. The moment she arrives she feels home. Her bunkmates are cool, the atmosphere is rad. Everything is going great until she sees her school bully Chuck. This was supposed to be her oasis, what is he doing here, he doesn't even like art? When Max's drawings start taking a sinister turn, she realizes that there is power tied into these campgrounds, and as terrifying as the series of murders are, she is exactly where she belongs. Think The Craft meets Sleepaway Camp, and you've probably figured out the vibe.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Manda B-Shaw

    Camp Neverland By: Lisa Quigley This book was so fun! It had a good "The Craft" feeling to it. Max is a typical teenager that ends up with the nickname "Maxi-Pad" by a school bully when she got her first period. Thinking that her time at summer camp out be a great escape from the teasing and torment. Until she finds her bully is at the same camp, her whole world is crushed. Thankfully Max has made friends with some very loyal girls in her cabin that won't stand for it. I will definitely recommend Camp Neverland By: Lisa Quigley This book was so fun! It had a good "The Craft" feeling to it. Max is a typical teenager that ends up with the nickname "Maxi-Pad" by a school bully when she got her first period. Thinking that her time at summer camp out be a great escape from the teasing and torment. Until she finds her bully is at the same camp, her whole world is crushed. Thankfully Max has made friends with some very loyal girls in her cabin that won't stand for it. I will definitely recommend this book if you enjoy the camp setting with some dashes of blood and creepy legends being told by the camp fire.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elle

    Max is a 16 year old girl who is heading to summer camp in what she hopes will be a reprieve from her regular life. Max has unfortunately been the victim of bullying and is looking forward to spending a summer where no one knows her nickname is Maxi pad. The first night she is at camp, Max realizes that this camp is a bit different. Is Max about to embark on a journey of acceptance in a safe space or was the pamphlet she received in the mail just bait to lure Max into a trap? I had so much fun re Max is a 16 year old girl who is heading to summer camp in what she hopes will be a reprieve from her regular life. Max has unfortunately been the victim of bullying and is looking forward to spending a summer where no one knows her nickname is Maxi pad. The first night she is at camp, Max realizes that this camp is a bit different. Is Max about to embark on a journey of acceptance in a safe space or was the pamphlet she received in the mail just bait to lure Max into a trap? I had so much fun reading this book! I loved the sense of sisterhood that the girls shared. I also loved the legend of the land. It was definitely full of girl power!

  20. 5 out of 5

    ElleEm

    Camp Neverland by Lisa Quigley is a perfect entry into the Rewind or Die series from Unnerving Press. 80's horror movie nostalgia was dripping from the pages as I read. Wonderfully told from start to finish, this is a quick and satisfying read. I even enjoyed that some moments were predictable because as we watched those slasher movies we had a pretty good sense of what was going to transpire. And the boys didn't get to have all the fun this time! Thanks to Unnerving, Lisa Quigley and NetGalley Camp Neverland by Lisa Quigley is a perfect entry into the Rewind or Die series from Unnerving Press. 80's horror movie nostalgia was dripping from the pages as I read. Wonderfully told from start to finish, this is a quick and satisfying read. I even enjoyed that some moments were predictable because as we watched those slasher movies we had a pretty good sense of what was going to transpire. And the boys didn't get to have all the fun this time! Thanks to Unnerving, Lisa Quigley and NetGalley for providing a copy for review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kate Church

    I volunteered to read this book through netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book is well written and the characters are described well. This book is cute. It is set in a summer camp in Vermont, and it will keep you on the edge of your seat. I really enjoyed Max's character. It will be in stores on June 24 for $11.49 (USD). When this book comes out go to your local bookstore or preorder it off of Amazon because you do not want to miss out on it. I volunteered to read this book through netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book is well written and the characters are described well. This book is cute. It is set in a summer camp in Vermont, and it will keep you on the edge of your seat. I really enjoyed Max's character. It will be in stores on June 24 for $11.49 (USD). When this book comes out go to your local bookstore or preorder it off of Amazon because you do not want to miss out on it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Reshma Ramesh

    Crisp narration and an extremely short story for a real quick read. I completed this in about 2 hours. I liked what I read but the story finished before it even started. The premise was promising, which was one reason I read this one. It would have been exciting if the author had expanded the story even more. The review is exclusively my own. Many thanks to Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review :)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Jordan

    This is a super quick read, a nostalgic camp-gone-bad eighties movie vibe. Written with a strong feminist voice, this story could have used a little more nuance in the gender divide. There was lots to love about this though, the visuals in my mind for a woman made of snakes was one highlight. Overall, it was an easy, fast read. Recommended.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Margin of Terror

    This was fun. Definitely a vintage B horror movie feel to it, a little nostalgic, with a ton of classic horror elements. But the social commentary feels very relevant for today’s world. Overall, good easy read in a comfy chair on a rainy night.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kendall Brunson

    Perfect, fun summer horror read! Does not disappoint! Lisa’s writing is quick, fast-paced and makes it impossible to put the book down!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Richard Gerlach

    Review to come for Divination Hollow Reviews

  27. 4 out of 5

    Effy

    I really, really enjoyed this book. It was dark and twisted. This book kinda reminded me of Z Movie Horror which I am really a fan of. I appreciated the trans rep in this book too.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dion Smith

    This is the 3rd book from the ‘Rewind-or-Die’ book series, which are like Goosebumps books but a bit darker, this one is about a girl who sees going to camp as an escape from being bullied and forgotten by busy parents, but the bully shows up also, but things are different at camp. I really enjoyed this book, more than I expected, and I am so relieved the author didn’t go soft on the ending (definitely NOT a Scooby-Do ending). This is the 29th book (don’t worry you don’t need to read the others b This is the 3rd book from the ‘Rewind-or-Die’ book series, which are like Goosebumps books but a bit darker, this one is about a girl who sees going to camp as an escape from being bullied and forgotten by busy parents, but the bully shows up also, but things are different at camp. I really enjoyed this book, more than I expected, and I am so relieved the author didn’t go soft on the ending (definitely NOT a Scooby-Do ending). This is the 29th book (don’t worry you don’t need to read the others before this one) in the ‘Rewind-or-Die’ book series, The series is for people who miss the golden era of VHS rentals from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, those awesome B-grade slasher and monster movies. I will be getting more of the series, and more from Lisa Quigley. *Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the book in exchange for a honest review.*

  29. 5 out of 5

    Betsy

    Camp Neverland by Lisa Quigley is the latest installment in the series of Horror novels, Rewind or Die. I have enjoyed every book I've read in this series and this is book definitely lives up to my standards! It invokes a sense of nostalgia for days I was young enough to head off to camp for the summer....only making it more enticing with the elements of magic and murder. And I especially loved the way they dealt with stressing to keep camp a safe space, especially for women. But the consequences Camp Neverland by Lisa Quigley is the latest installment in the series of Horror novels, Rewind or Die. I have enjoyed every book I've read in this series and this is book definitely lives up to my standards! It invokes a sense of nostalgia for days I was young enough to head off to camp for the summer....only making it more enticing with the elements of magic and murder. And I especially loved the way they dealt with stressing to keep camp a safe space, especially for women. But the consequences of not participating in safe behaviour is very high...which is where the terrors come in! If you are wanting a fun, short horror themed female centric coming of age story this definitely fits the bill! It may be the perfect read for a weekend camping trip!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Sherman

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