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Kill Call

Kill Call

By Jeff Wooten
Categories: Young Adult Fiction, Supernatural
Imprint: CamCat Books
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744307665, 320 pages, February 2024
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744307672, 464 pages, February 2024
Hardcover : 9780744307597, 320 pages, February 2024
Audiobook : 9780744307689, 288 pages, February 2024

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Jude dreams of violent murders, and it’s his job to make sure they don’t come true. When one of the foretold victims saves herself before he can intervene, they’ll team up to stop the would-be killer, this time without a warning.

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Dreams do come true. It’s Jude's job to make sure they don’t.

Born with the curse of prophetic nightmares, Jude sees violent murders through the eyes of the killer before they happen. His father, who shares Jude’s dark gift, has trained Jude since birth to save the innocent and to kill the killer. A life for a life—it’s the only way.

But everything goes awry when Hanna Smith, the young woman he was supposed to save, rescues herself instead, and catches Jude in her home. Fate isn’t inescapable, but it demands balance. While Hanna may be safe for now, Jude knows that the killer will strike again, only next time there will be no warning. Jude must now find the killer on his own, without the visions to aid him, in order to carry out the task he’s been training for before it’s too late.

Reviews

“Full of clever foreshadowing, complicated relationship dynamics, and both chills and heartwarming moments, Jeff Wooten's debut novel is a breakneck supernatural teen thriller that will leave you breathless all the way to the explosive end, reminiscent of MTV's Teen Wolf. Between the pressure cooker tension, the quippy dialogue, and the endearing characters (I'm team Coop until death!) Kill Call is as addictive as movie theater popcorn.” —Maria Dong, Sturgeon-Award Finalist and author of Liar, Dreamer, Thief

“A riveting thriller that explores morally gray areas.” Kirkus Reviews

“[In] Wooten’s high-concept debut thriller . . . the pulse-pounding suspense of Hanna’s seemingly inevitable death paired with her and Jude’s brewing chemistry drive this taut and edgy read.” Publishers Weekly

Kill Call is a fast-paced, twisty thrill ride that had me on edge until the very end.” —Michael Mammay, author of the Planetside Series