by Rhonda Parrish
A car accident shattered sixteen-year-old Morgan’s family. Now her brother’s dead, her mom’s paralyzed in more ways than one, her dad lives at work, and her seven-year-old sister Amy tries too freaking hard to salvage everything. What’s more, high school is its own special kind of hell.
When she finds an old camera in a creepy abandoned hospital, it seems like her luck is finally changing. And it is: from bad to worse. Each time Morgan photographs one of her classmates they become corrupted versions of themselves. It’s like the camera steals their goodness, their essence, and leaves them hollow.
Then her sister uses the camera to take a selfie.
No matter what the cost, Morgan will find a way to reverse the effects of the cursed camera and save Amy, before her already-fractured family completely self-destructs.