By Jessica Schneider
Erika is a sixteen 12 months outdated woman with a close-knit staff of six pals. She desires them to die. in spite of the fact that, basically in a different, calculated, excellent manner; she will get them to signal her worthwhile suicide Pact, and so they die because the ideal seven on October seventh, 2007.
But those she loves - Lewis, co-writer of this diary and the final one to signal the Pact, has the weight of a judgment of right and wrong. Does he dare make Erika's plans cross awry for the sake of subjective morality? And if he does, will Erika permit any traitor move unpunished?
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