Alison forgets things. Important things.

Alison has to accept a dare. Unfortunately, her dare requires her to go into the dreaded room thirteen on the anniversary of Lily's death.

When Alison goes into room thirteen, alone and afraid, armed with only a Ouija Board, the dead girl gives her a riddle, which leads Alison on a journey to discover what really happened to Lily.

What dark secret is the girl in room thirteen hiding?

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Tense & Suspenseful Moments!

This was a pre-ordered book and I couldn't wait to spend Sunday morning reading it. It's a fairly quick read with an interesting story line, some very tense and suspenseful moments, supernatural happenings and vibes plus a few unexpected twists. It kept me guessing! Just one more chapter! on September 16, 2017

★ ★ ★ ★ Different

A story of possession that manifest itself though a young girl who was the daughter of a man who had deeply hurt a young girl when they were in school, quick easy read, felt like I needed to know more on how the father had died and why the girl's mother was not really interested with her daughter. Good starter book for youngsters who like ghost stories. j harvey on February 16, 2018

★ ★ ★ ★ Allison falls in love, and there is a murder

Is a quick read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It’s a little scary to read in the dark -- alone. Still, I persisted, because I needed to see how this story will end a much as the main character, Allison, needed to solve the mystery of Lilly. The story is set at a boarding school and Allison, feeling invisible, sets out to make friends in her new home. So, she takes a dare to enter a room of dead student. Needless to say, she walks out that room not the same and wants to know more. There is now the question of why did Lilly kill herself and in the midst of that, Allison falls in love, and there is a murder. T. Norris on September 5, 2017

★ ★ ★ ★ a fun read if you like ghost mysteries

The Girl in Room Thirteen is a fun read if you like ghost mysteries. It's on the short side and has some gore, but plenty to keep you guessing. I didn't expect the ending! MLS reviewed on September 2, 2017

★ ★ ★ ★ Would you dare?

This is the first book that I've read by Lynette Ferreira and I enjoyed it. When I first started reading I thought it was more aimed at teenagers, but as the story goes on it darkens more it's clear why it's in the young adult genre. Forced into room 13 for a dare, with nothing but an ouija board, Alison soon encounters a dark entity that she allows into her life. Followed by a darkness she can't get rid of Alison, with the help of Oliver, struggles to uncover the past of her family. It soon becomes clear why she's being followed. But not only does the darkness follow her, but visions and murders. Alison tries to stay grounded but has to fight something within herself and begins to lose the battle, Of course, every teenage girl also needs a boy to complicate things, as if fighting darkness wasn't enough, Alison also has to deal with her developing feelings over Oliver. And Oliver seems to be the only person to notice that Alison is changing, that something isn't quite right. There were a few occasions where it felt like the story didn't quite flow. The main character is a young girl and for me, I would have liked to have seen her using contractions as would have been expected of a girl that age. Despite this though, it was still a good read, the twist at the end throws up a great cliffhanger and answers some questions you'll definitely have whilst reading. Rowanne Carberry on September 1, 2017

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First published December 2016Copyright © Stephen Simpson