“Once the credits start to roll and we leave the final girl bloodied, bruised but alive, what happens next?”
Each girl survived an unthinkable horror. Now someone wants them dead…
They were the victims of separate tragedies. Three strangers bound by similar traumas grouped together by the press.
When something terrible happens to Lisa, put-together Quincy and volatile Sam finally meet. Each one influences the other. Each one has dark secrets. And as the bloodstained fingers of the past reach into the present, each one will never be the same.
Why We’re Excited About This Book:
The concept of the Final Girl is nothing new to readers of This Is Horror, but once the credits start to roll and we leave the final girl bloodied, bruised but alive, sitting in the back of an ambulance being attended to by paramedics, what happens next? Stephen King has recommended Final Girls, likening it to Gone Girl, which gives us two reasons straight off the bat why we’re looking forward to Sager’s mix of psychological thriller, film noir and slasher movie.
Final Girls is out on 13 July 2017 and is available from Amazon.
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