“I will find true love and everything will be okay. I will find true love and everything will be okay…” she chanted.
They say be careful what you read. Something is wrong. Something is very wrong. It can happen to anyone. This is just four teenagers’ story.
Aubrey Golding hates her face, her body, and is devastated after Nathan Silva leaves her. Alone, suicidal, and desperate for love, she discovers a book called Something and unknowingly links others to a dark and terrifying curse that is beginning to consume her.
Nathan is glad to be moving on with someone new and can hardly believe what is happening now. Wild child and amateur porn star, Bella Broadhurst, loves bullying that “emo whore” Aubrey with the other girls, but mostly she loves partying, hookups, and plain ol’ drama when terror arises. And Kendra Coke is just a new teen mother working on a delicate relationship when things start becoming utterly bizarre.
Chilling sleep disturbances and figures hiding in the corners of their rooms are just warnings of what is to come. Be careful what you read, they say. Tread carefully…
“Extremely well-written and almost Gothic in nature, Something (Wisteria #1) is horror at its best. -Bestselling author N.N. Light
“This isn’t just another teen book. It dives deep into problems most people like to just skim over without a second thought.” -K & J
“I have never read anything like this book before, and I’m sure I won’t read anything similar for a long time”-Wren
Shelby Lamb is an author who loves exploring the weird and unsettling. She writes fiction from her own personal life experiences and from the depths of her imagination and the inspiration around her. Sometimes music is her biggest writing inspiration, other times movies, art, and even fashion. Her favorite book is currently The Girl with No Shadow by Joanne Harris, who is one of her favorite authors after Elizabeth Wurtzel. Something (Wisteria 1) is her debut work. She lives in Toronto, Canada, but just like Aubrey Golding in her debut novel, she hopes to go to California one day. She doesn’t really watch movies all that much anymore (she’s very particular these days) but if you buy her a good book or some pasta, or even a cup of black coffee, she will be your best friend. Big dogs scare her as well as – and get this – horror books. So she is not too sure why she got into writing horror, she guess she just connects with heavier topics. Okay, deep down inside she is a horror fanatic. The stuff just really freaks her out, that’s all. Hey, her own writing freaks her out.