Final Girls is everything you want from a thriller; enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes, great characters and a strong edge-of-your-seat story.

Quincy is as you'd expect, a feisty character with an inner strength that seemed to be mostly made up of steel. Making up a third of the Final Girls her tragic, violent past obviously looms over the whole story, especially when another member of the group is found having apparently committed suicide. And whilst Quincy seems to have moulded herself from victim to survivor, the discovery along with the sudden appearance of the third Final Girl, Samantha Boyd, sends her into a cycle of almost self-destruction.

The characters are really well portrayed and I couldn't help but be unnerved by Quincy's downward spiral, and was left to feel increasingly worried and suspicious of the influence Samantha was having on her. Yes at times it did seem like some of the things Quincy got up to were a bit forced, but they were always understandable so I didn't mind too much.

The fact that the current storyline runs alongside the mystery of what really happened at Pine Cottages, makes the book even more of a page-turner and it felt like I had to solve one mystery to be able to unlock the other.

Final Girls is a real knockout of a story, it's already being announced as a huge hit for 2017 and it's very easy to see why.

Publication date: 13th July 2017