Charlie has finally moved on from the incident that happened in Freddy’s pizzeria, or so she thought. Now a college student, she’s working hard on her engineering degree. However, when a mysterious body is found halfway between her university and her hometown, the chief of police reaches out to her. She is suddenly spiralled back into her past and trying to figure out who would have started the killing spree. However, Charlie is certain that something for her father’s past is on the loose.
This book was a little more of a mystery than the last book. It was really fun to see how Charlie has grown from the last book but somehow remain the same. Seeing Charlie’s college life was interesting because while she was away from home, she was still linked to it by her field study. It’s also nice to see her being a little like a detective in this book though it was a little weird that a police officer came to her. I will say though, her social growth has my stunted due to the issues in this book.
I did enjoy the background that was given in this book about Catherine’s father as well as William Afton, however, the cliffhanger kills me. Generally, I really hate cliffhangers, and this didn’t make it better. The next book is coming out soon so I really can’t wait to finish the series.