Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog post by Jill over at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights releases we're eagerly awaiting.
 
 
The fourth book of the scream-worthy cult series The Merciless combines Stephen King level terror with true crime stories like the Amanda Knox case.

The ropes tighten on Berkley Hubbard's wrists. Blood drips down her fingers and lands with a smack on the cold floor of the church basement. She's trapped, bound, and petrified by fear. A knife punctures her fragile skin as Berkley's captors search for the mark of the devil on her body. They say they want to save her--drive the devil away and cleanse her soul--but will she make it out alive?

When Berkley arrived in Italy a week ago, the last thing she expected was that she'd end up fighting for her life. After spending six months at the Institute, confined to a room with the dangerous-yet-alluring Sofia Flores, Berkley was certain that a vacation in Italy with her two best friends would be the perfect getaway. But Berkley is hiding a terrible secret, one that threatens to undo everything. As she's forced to face her wicked past, she learns that the devil is always watching, and no one is coming to save her.
 
 
I still need to read the rest of this series! I had thought it was just going to be a standalone and here we are nearly three books later!
 
 
AUTHOR: Danielle Vega
PUBLISHER: Razorbill
GENRE: Paranormal YA
RELEASE DATE: June 12, 2018 
 
 
 
 
 

5 comments:

  1. I know what you mean---when you love a first book, and before you know it the third book is out and you're way behind! LOL. I hope you enjoy this one when you get caught up on the series!

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  2. Ooh, interesting! Can't say the cover is doing much for me, but the description sounds great. I haven't heard of this series, thanks for the introduction!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  3. Huh. I didn't know there was a fourth book in this series. I'm still wary about picking the first book up. I like witches, but not so much with the torture. I used to like The Craft movie though, and I've heard they're similar?

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