In the town of Kettle Springs Missouri, there’s an abandoned factory with a big clown painted on the side. This lovely sight greets Quinn, as she looks out her bedroom window in their new home. Having lost her mother only a short time ago, Quinn promises her father she’ll do her best to make a go of it in this new town, for his sake as well as her own. But something is wrong is this quiet town and it has to do with Frendo the clown. And cornfields. And twisted minds. If all this sounds good to you, you should pick up this book right now!
YA is totally not my thing, I prefer more adult themes and characters. However, this book won me over almost immediately. The only thing YA about it is the characters. This has all the gore and rip-roaring fun that clowns in a cornfield can offer. Clowns with machetes. Clowns with chainsaws. How much more fun could you want?
I think I’m going to leave it off here, because saying any more would give too much away. I especially enjoyed the epilogue and what that meant in terms of a possible sequel. I’m here to say: BRING IT ON! This was a fast paced, sometimes hilarious, often bloody and gory story and I had a blast with reading it.
*Thanks to Edelweiss for the e-ARC of this book in exchange for my honest feedback.*