Omg, stop whatever you are doing and read this book.
The Good News:
I'm normally attracted to stories that have an intense plot with exotic locals and a strong, quirky leading man. This book has made me second guess exactly which kinds of books I love. IANaSK is the first in a trilogy (thank God! I was not ready to leave this character) about a 15 yr old who's battling with whether or not he's psycotic. He's got a therapist, divorced parents and an estranged sister. Not mention his mom is a mortician. Not to mention, he's obsessed with serial killers. Not to mention, there's a serial killer on the loose in his town. OMG.
The Better News:
There's a mystery element to the story. Who's the serial killer? Why does he kill? Is he among the residents of the small town? The answer will shock you. Additionally, Wells makes you sympathize with a psychopathic kid. Also, my stomach was able to handle all the embalming detail described.
The BEST News:
There is a major twist that you do not see coming. Seriously, I thought maybe the MC had lost it. Highly recommended for those who love a little mystery, a little horror and a little YA. Hold on to your hats folks and dig into this book!