“I’ve never heard of Mr. Conjure,” Mary said.
“He creeps through the shadows wearing a raggedy top hat and a long black coat. His claws are stained a bright red from all the blood he’s spilled. If he gets you, there’s no escape.”
“Why’s he called Mr. Conjure?” Mary asked.
“What do you mean?”
“Why isn’t he called Top Hat or Mr. Red Hands?”
Eddie frowned. “Because he’s called Mr. Conjure.”
“But what does he conjure?” Mary asked.
“He doesn’t. You conjure him.”
“But why would anyone want to?”
“Because people are sometimes stupid,” Rachel said.
Jenny is a little stupid, at least that’s what Mary thinks. Why else would the teen go to an abandoned house by herself and play a game to summon a monster called Mr. Conjure? Mary doesn’t believe he exists, but Jenny insists that he’s out to get her. She’s so afraid of him that she attempts suicide.
Rachel wants to help Jenny and needs Mary to do it. Mary thinks Jenny needs a shrink, not her. She’s sure Mr. Conjure isn’t real. But something is lurking in the dark, and if it can’t get Jenny, it’ll take Mary instead.
Another great book, but this time there was an inconsistency. There was a bowling date and there was great detail about how it was Mary’s 1st time EVER going bowling when she and Kyle went bowling in the 3rd book. It was described in chapter 7 Kissing and had been mentioned several times leading up to it. Just remember what’s been previously written, maybe a proofreader is needed to catch things like this?
I love the scary Mary series, please make more I just can’t get enough! I would really appreciate it if you could please make more! I really want you to continue this series
Fun easy and smooth
As always the best thing about the series are the characters interaction, the wit, and fun dialogue. Love the short and quick journey that takes us to an abandoned house looking for a Slinderman type character. And things got a lil spicy between two of our favorites people again. It was another quick and enjoyable read.