Filicide by Daniel Zellar
1. the intentional act of killing one’s son or daughter.
2. a person who murders his or her own child(ren).
Like all 17-year-olds, Molly Porter had never heard of the Filicide Program. She learned its name the day her parents tried to murder her. On that day, every parent in her secluded, North Carolina beach town conspired to kill their own children, and many of Molly’s friends did not survive the night.
But what is the Filicide Program? How could an entire community of loving mothers and fathers turn on their own in a day? And why?
These questions will haunt Molly as she scrambles to keep her two younger brothers—and herself—safe from the two people she thought would always be on her side no matter what. Her mom and dad have "switched," and now they will never stop hunting her. Either she must kill her parents or they will kill her, unless…
Unless Molly stays alive long enough to unravel this conspiracy and answer the most important question of all:
How do you stop the Filicide Program?
C. Lee McKenzie
9/9/2015 05:24:15 pm
Sounds scary...for kids! And for the reader. Have noted it on my list.
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S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
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