Synopses & Reviews
We're all gonna die down here. . . .
Julie lies dead and disemboweled in a dank, black subway tunnel, red-eyed rats nibbling at her fingers. Her friends think shes just off with some guyno one could hear her getting torn apart over the sound of pulsing music.
In a tunnel nearby, Casey regrets coming to Survive the Night, the all-night underground rave in the New York City subway. Her best friend Shana talked her into it, even though Casey just got out of rehab. Alone and lost in the dark, creepy tunnels, Casey doesnt think Survive the Night could get any worse . . .
. . . until she comes across Julies body, and the party turns deadly.
Desperate for help, Casey and her friends find themselves running through the putrid subway system, searching for a way out. But every manhole is sealed shut, and every noise echoes eerily in the dark, reminding them theyre not alone.
Theyre being hunted.
Trapped underground with someoneor somethingout to get them, Casey cant help but listen to her friends terrified refrain: Were all gonna die down here. . . .” in this bone-chilling sophmore novel by the acclaimed author of The Merciless.
They were teenagers when they first stumbled upon the horror. Now it is calling them back to Derry, Maine — a force they cannot withstand, an evil without a name...
They were just kids when they stumbled upon the horror within their hometown. Now, as adults, none of them can withstand the force that has drawn them all back to Derry, Maine, to face the nightmare without end, and the evil without a name...
A great book
a landmark in American literature.”Chicago Sun-Times
Welcome to Derry, Maine
Its a small city, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own hometown. Only in Derry the haunting is real
They were seven teenagers when they first stumbled upon the horror. Now they are grown-up men and women who have gone out into the big world to gain success and happiness. But none of them can withstand the force that has drawn them back to Derry to face the nightmare without an end, and the evil without a name.
About the Author
Danielle Vega spent her childhood hiding under the covers while her mother retold tales from the pages of Stephen King novels instead of reading bedtime stories about princesses and dwarves like a normal parent. Now an adult, she can count on one hand the number of times in her life she's been truly afraid. Danielle has won numerous awards for her fiction and nonfiction, and earned a 2009 Pushcart Prize nomination for her short story Drive.” She is also the author of The Merciless.