Everyone has that one secret.
A volunteer class trip to the South Pacific quickly turns into a nightmare when Asta, her two best friends, and ten other classmates crash land on a seemingly normal island.
But the island is more than it appears. The beach they find themselves on is devoid of both plane wreckage and any other passengers, dead or alive, but that doesn’t mean the classmates are alone. Keiran is a dangerous inhabitant of the island who claims to possess magical powers. The Director owns the island and wants to play a game with the newly stranded castaways, pitting them against each other for survival.
One by one, Asta’s classmates begin to mysteriously disappear. In ominous dreams after each disappearance, secrets about each one of them are revealed, but Asta cannot figure out how this is supposed to help her save herself and the classmates she’s only just beginning to understand.
As she desperately tries to decide who to trust and how to stay alive, Asta finds out there are only a few ways off the island.
And they all require death.
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About the Author
Whitney Horn is currently studying creative writing at Kansas State University. She resides in Kansas with her parents, brother, and a beagle mix named Oatmeal. Each secret revealed in No Right Answers was inspired by true events that took place in the lives of her classmates during their senior year in high school. This is her first novel.
Great book by a great author!
Loved the book. I love Whitney’s story. I am looking forward to many more from this new author.
A wonderful and captivating novel. This book is a number one choice of anyone looking for a story with a full story line and excitement.
I recently finished reading No Right Answers by first time novelist Whitney Horn; as a huge fan of the supernatural and thrillers, I couldn’t stop reading this novel. The complexity of the characters is much more than skin deep, they are relatable and loveable. The young teenagers embody the feelings of adolescence and exude the ability to learn and change even when they are frightened. This book is one for thrill seekers, romance lovers, and those who are looking for an enthralling read. I recommend this book wholeheartedly to anyone looking for a new book.