To become part of The 100 Society is a very good way to get into one of the best art schools in the country. (Exactly why beats me, but let's just assume it is). So Grace convinced her friends to join her on this mission, even though they'll be expelled if they're found out. But then it starts to turn into something even more serious as the death threats keep coming faster and faster.
I finished it in a single reading on a quite boring Friday-night. So, it definitely was a fast read. However, it was never truly interesting. It read like a B movie where the characters keep making the very worst of decisions and decide for example that being expelled is far worse than being killed or whatever. It was also very important that they NEVER EVER talk to the police of someone else even when people are being killed.
So, this book scores quite bad on believability, but that doesn't necessarily also means that it isn't entertaining. The 100 society was OK in that respect but not much more than that. The first part was quite slow, but near the end when everything was happening faster, it was a bit more interesting. The ending, however, didn't bring a surprise.
Not exactly a book I would recommend, but reading it wasn't terrible. So, if you're looking for something fast (or just something like a B movie), this might be something.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.