The 100 Society



The 100 Society For sixth form student Grace Becker, The 100 Society is than just a game it s an obsession Having convinced her five friends at Clifton Academy to see it through to the end, Grace will stop at nothing to carry out the rules of the game tagging 100 locations around the city With each step closer to the 100 mark they get, the higher the stakes become But when the group catches the attention of a menacing stalker the Reaper he seems intent on exposing their illegal game, tormenting Grace with anonymous threats and branding their dormitory doors with his ominous tag.As the once tight knit group slowly unravels, torn apart by doubt and the death of a student, they no longer know who to trust.With time running out, Grace must unmask the Reaper before he destroys everything she cares about for ever Free Read [ The 100 Society ] By [ Carla Spradbery ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 317 pages
  • The 100 Society
  • Carla Spradbery
  • English
  • 17 October 2018

10 thoughts on “The 100 Society

  1. Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews at OHMYGODI MGOINGTOGIFTHEHELLOUTOFTHISONE What s your favorite scary movie, errrrrrr, I mean book It all starts with Grace, a 6th form student at boarding school who has never quite lived up to her super surgeon father s expectations In an effort to make a name for herself, Grace decides to become one of the 100 Society an elite group of art students who can manage to tag 100 various locations throughout the city and r Find all of my reviews at OHMYGODI MGOINGTOGIFTHEHELLOUTOFTHISONE What s your favorite scary movie, errrrrrr, I mean book It all starts with Grace, a 6th form student at boarding school who has never quite lived up to her super surgeon father s expectations In an effort to make a name for herself, Grace decides to become one of the 100 Society an elite group of art students who can manage to tag 100 various locations throughout the city and recruits a group of friends to help accomplish this monumental task If they fail, they risk expulsion succeed and they ll become legends None of the friends could have ever predicted how high the stakes would get when a new tagger appears leaving the ominous message Let the Games Begin, which winds up beingthan a little reminiscent of Now it s up to Cassie to figure out who leav...

  2. Figgy says:

    This title features on my Worst of 2015 list Actual Rating 1.5 StarsThis book reads like the slasher movies that were so big fifteen years ago Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and so on In fact, one scene in particular seems very similar to an integral scene in I Know What You Did Last Summer.There s a formula to those movies and, for a reader who has never watched a single one of those movies, this book probably does car...

  3. Kuroi says:

    Rating 1.5 stars All quotes are taken from an ARC from Netgalley Many thanks to the publishers for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review This book is, as a close friend of mine put it, like Schrodinger s cat You have to open the box to see whether it s alive or dead and when I opened the box, this cat was definitely dead and slightly moldy.The plot centers around one Grace Becker and her friends, all from the same art class, who are in the process of graffiti paint Rating 1.5 stars A...

  4. June Luu says:

    The 100 Society blew my mind away It was creepy, it was scary, but I loved every single second reading it This book had everything I was looking for, I loved everything about the book, even the parts that made me want to turn around and look behind me just because I was so creeped out Before going into this book, I went to look up reviews and saw that some were 3 4 stars and obviously, I had my doubts But this book proved my doubts wrong the moment I started reading it I started this book at The 100 Society blew my mind away It was creepy, it was scary, but I loved every single second reading it This book had everything I was looking fo...

  5. Aly& says:

    DNF at 16% For the first time, I went against my do not DNF ARCs policy, but I just could not do it It was boring, it failed to capture my attention and the tone was far too juvenile I might try reading it again in the future, but for now it s a no no

  6. Caroline says:

    This book took me right back to my teenage years when I used to buy every single Point Horror book and read them obsessively Sadly the teen horror genre seemed to fade away to be replaced by paranormal romance, dystopian, contemporary, all of which I love but I always craved the suspense of a good horror book.I have read and love all of James Dawson s books and this debut book by Carla Spradbery is right up there with them, I read it in a day whizzing through it eager to know who the stalker wa This book took me right back to my teenage years when I used to buy every single Point Horror book and read them obsessively Sadly the teen horror genre seemed t...

  7. Jolene Haley says:

    NOTE I was provided an Advanced Uncorrected Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion This is a worthy read But also, I hate to say it, I was disappointed with this book When it said Point Horror meets I Know What You Did This Summer my jaw dropped I was salivating This is exactly what I d been waiting to read But I don t feed like that s what this is really like.The writing is decent, though I feel like a littleediting could cut out unnecessary adverbs T NOTE I was provided an Advanced Uncorrected Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion This is a worthy read But also, I hate to say it, I was disappointed with this book When it said Point Horror meets I Know What You Did This Summer my jaw dropped I was salivating This is exactly what I d been waiting to read But I don t feed like that s what this is really like.The writing is decent, though I feel like a littleediting could cut out unnecessary adverbs The characters felt real, but they weren t completely three dimensional to me And I know this is an ARC, so just a heads up, there are still a few spacing issues on the document.On the plus side for praise, I thought the concept was very ...

  8. Liz& says:

    Thank you Hachette Children s Books and Netgalley for providing this in return for an honest review When this book was described as I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Point Horror, I instantly wanted to read this book I absolutely love cheesy, serial killer horror movies and really wanted to see how it would translate over into a young adult book For the first half of the book, I was really nervous that I was going to be let down with the comparison made about this book to one of my favori Thank you Hachette Children s Books and Netgalley for providing this in return for an honest review When this book was described as I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Point Horror, I instantly wanted to read this book I absolutely love cheesy, serial killer horror movies and really wanted to see how it would translate over into a young adult book For the first half of the book, I was really nervous that I was going to be let down with the comparison made about this book to one of my favorite horror movies, but then it really picked up and had me at the edge of my seat Unfortunately, this book was predictable and the characters weren t anything special, but I was so engrossed by the plot, it made the book very enjoyable.The plot of this book was...

  9. Maxine (Booklover Catlady) says:

    Now the end scenes of this book alone are worth reading it for Talk about holding my breath tension Breathing now, which is kinda good I was not expecting much from this book to be honest after some pretty low rated reviews, of which I am now a bit baffled by Let me tell you my spin on things For sixth form student Grace Becker, The 100 Society isthan just a game it s an obsession Having convinced her five friends at Clifton Academy to see it through to the end, Grace will stop at no Now the end scenes of this book alone are worth reading it for Talk about holding my breath tension Breathing now, which is kinda good I was not expectin...

  10. Nicole Peterson says:

    Reposted from my blog Skeleton Key Reviews 100 Society takes place in the UK at Clifton Academy The 100 Society are a bunch of what we would call in the states Seniors , consisting of Grace and her friends all of which are in her art class Which include Peter, Graces best friend that she has known since starting at Clifton Peters on the other hand would probably say his feelings arethen friendly Faith, friends with Grace and has ...

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