Kayden Walker is a typical sixteen year old high school student. He hates school, thinks he can’t go a day without talking to his girlfriend, and his phone is perpetually in his hand.
Stuck on the family’s yearly October beach getaway, Kayden reluctantly tags along for an excursion into a Halloween-themed maze that his mom found online. It’s a small, rundown facility about thirty minutes off the beaten path with rusted doors and a rotted wooden edifice.
There’s only one problem when Kayden’s family and a newlywed couple enter the maze.
Once you enter, you’re not allowed to leave.
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"I found myself spurring on the good guys, holding my breath during fight scenes, and getting angry enough to walk away from the book in a few others. To me, that is what makes a book great. The ability to evoke so much emotion within a page or two shows great writing ability by Jordon Greene. I would definitely recommend this book, especially if you are someone who likes military, conspiracy, and/or fighting for justice kind of books."
-Treva | Source: Goodreads
Writing in one form or another since he was eleven, Jordon Greene is the author of the Amazon Bestseller They'll Call It Treason and the upcoming psychological horror/thriller To Watch You Bleed. Starting with a short story competition in fifth grade in the North Carolina foothills Jordon really began to write seriously during his high school years. While these musings never turned into a quality full-length novel they did lay the groundwork for Jordon's entrance into the literary world in 2016 when he published his first novel.
Jordon attributes his love of reading to Michael Crichton′s Jurassic Park and The Lost World novels which he read a few years after the movies (which are nothing like the books) and then proceeded to read anything by Crichton he could get his hands on. He also enjoys anything by James Rollins, Marie Lu and James Alan Gardner. A hard rock fan, Jordon works as a web developer in Concord, North Carolina where he resides just close enough and just far enough away from Charlotte.
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