One of the things I loved about Hellword was the strange connection of the two main characters. Abby joins forces with her long-time crush Charlie to find their parents who disappeared in a New Mexico cave while filming their paranormal investigative TV show. Charlie and Abby don’t have a whole lot in common other than their shared loss, and as the terrifying truth becomes clearer, they can only rely on each other. Sasquatch, Love, and Other Imaginary Things has a similar riveting situation: Samantha’s parents’ Sasquatch hunt is on TV and the son of one of the crew members is hostile and snobby towards her family. But as they get to know each other better, they realize that sometimes impossible things are true whether you believe them or not. The lead characters in both books, and the way they end up working together/getting to know each other made both stories such absorbing reads. Whether you believe in demons or bigfoot or love or friendship, these books will have you questioning and gasping and cheering.
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