Teenage violence is nothing new. But an escalation to mass suicide shootings shifts the social norm from individual angst to public frenzy.
A son who can never please his father. A boy whose family won’t accept he’s gay. A girl publicly humiliated by her friends. And no one was listening.
So they joined the newest teenage craze- mass suicide shootings. Three in one year grabs the attention of reporter Deirdre Hart. But as her investigation grows into an obsession, even the warning from her family and friends can’t stop her from uncovering the most damaging parts of her past.
And once she recognizes a blog dangerously familiar to the cases she’s studying, it’s too late to turn back. But the anonymous blogger has everyone fooled, including Zoey Young. Zoey only knows her hometown and her experiences with best friend, Laura Simmons. But when that world collapses, so too does Zoey. Only this mystery boy can break her fall; however, as their relationship evolves, his true reasons for choosing her are revealed.
As Zoey follows down a destructive path, Deirdre’s journey collides with hers in a frightening standoff. But once the truth is revealed, both are forced to make a decision between letting go and holding on.