Don't get me wrong, I didn't mind reading this book, but it was pretty terrible.
This book is about a high-school boy, Wayne, who goes by the nickname, 'Kaz.' He's crazy about girls and starts dating five girls at the same time. These girls move in different circles, so he's able to keep the whole dating things under wraps.
Then all the girls find out about each other and blow up at Kaz. Normal teenage angst? Not quite. Because one of the girls is murdered and then another. One-by-one each of Kaz's new girlfriends die in gruesome ways and Kaz is framed for the murders.
It's now up to Kaz to find out who the killer is.
The problem I had with this book was that it was not exactly believable.
Kaz takes ridiculous actions in order to catch the killer. One example is that after hearing the killer's name, Kaz hands over the one weapon he had to defend himself with to that person. The killer is also revealed halfway though the book, which takes most of the suspense out of the ending.
Kaz also doesn't seem to be like any typical teenager that I've known. I find it very hard to believe that a teenager would wear, "a cream-coloured linen blazer with a bright-blue T-shirt, baggy gray pants and tasselled loafers," on his first day at a new school - especially when that school doesn't enforce uniforms.
When was the last time a teenager wore something like that to school?
Anyway, you get my point.
The book wasn't a total disaster, but could have been much improved.