Still here? Okay, then. This is a story about a group of teens who stumble across a haunted video clip on the internet (we’re talking early days of the internet where machines killed each other in battle to connect your computer and you could hear their screams through the phone line). The clip is of a congressman who kills himself on camera by eating a bullet from a .357.
The video imprints itself on the teens in more ways than one as they each begin to see the dead congressman in their dreams and eventually while they are awake as well. Their battle to figure out what is going on leads to some grisly dealings.
I’m not going to spoil this book. You have to read it yourself. This book is an Alfred Hitchcock movie that had a baby with The Ring. I just know that it is going to stick with me for a very long time. Keisling has an uncanny ability to get under your skin.