Project 17 by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Goodreads Blurb: High atop Hathorne Hill, near Boston, sits Danvers State Hospital. Built in 1878 and closed in 1992, this abandoned mental institution is rumored to be the birthplace of the lobotomy. On the eve of the hospital's demolition, six teens break in to spend the night and film a movie about their experiences. For Derik, it's an opportunity to win a filmmaking contest and save himself from a future of flipping burgers at his parents' diner. For the others, it's a chance to be on TV, or a night with no parents. But what starts as a dare quickly escalates into a nightmare. Behind the crumbling walls, down every dark passageway, and in each deserted room, they will unravel the mysteries of those who once lived there and the spirits who still might.
My thoughts: This book was recommended to me by my bestie/co-blogger. I have been in love with Laurie Faria Stolarz since the Touch Series so I was really excited to read this. To me this book has the same “scare’, suspense factor has her other book Shutter. I really like the way Stolarz write, she always keeps you guessing until the very end and then she hits you with an ending you’re not prepared for. I read this book in a day, the events of the story go by fast once all the main characters are introduced, I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read.