"Ten" is not a book to read on a dark and stormy night. It's not a book to read when you are all alone in a large and empty house. It's not a book to read when you are anywhere except in a light, bright and sunny place with lots of friends and family around you.
That's because "Ten" is a scary book. It's like going to a scary movie, but scarier because the scary scenes are playing in your mind.
Meg and her best friend Minnie are invited to a popular girl's party on an island. The only way to get there is a ferry that will be picking them up after the weekend is over. When the guests start dying, Meg realizes that those are not accidents and that someone is trying to kill everyone at the "party."
It's a mystery. Who is doing the killing and why? There are clues aplenty (a diary and a picture) and lots of red herrings.
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