Kaitlyn didn’t believe in ghosts—not until one killed her boyfriend and her best friend. Now she must stop the spirit haunting the Devil’s Tree, or she could be next.
Seventeen-year-old Kaitlyn wants to escape her drunk mama and her trailer park home life to enjoy a Saturday night off work. Instead, her boyfriend, Hunter, convinces her to go with him and their best friends, Dylan and Keisha, to photograph a desolate tree with an evil past. A terrifying presence chases them from the tree, killing Hunter and Keisha. Left alive with Dylan, Kaitlyn must struggle with her unexpected romantic feelings for him, come to terms with her loss, and face being trapped in a dead-end town. Kaitlyn is desperate to put the past to rest, but when their friends’ spirits begin haunting them, she and Dylan have no choice but to seek help from a Catholic priest and attempt to set the trapped spirits free.
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The Devil's Tree is so many things wrapped up in one little book. It's horror with demons, witches, and ghosts. It is a story of love. A story of perseverance. A story of revenge.
Kaitlyn and her boyfriend, Hunter, decide to spend their Saturday with Hunter's best friend, Dylan, and his girlfriend/Kaitlyn's best friend, Keisha. Dylan has been researching the Devil's Tree and wants to snap a few shots with his camera. Kaitlyn isn't happy about spending her Saturday with anyone but Hunter. However, her aggravation soon turns to horror as things start happening around the tree. As the kids get spooked and take off in the car, they notice a black truck following them. The truck chases them around a bend at a high rate of speed and an accident occurs.
This is the story of the Devil's Tree. Why does evil seem to reside there? Who haunts the tree? Why has so many accidents happened involving that tree? Read along as Kaitlyn and Dylan find answers...
This is also the story of Kaitlyn. A story of how love knows no difference between social or economical statuses. How love knows no color. And how a homosexual wants to serve God.
It is a beautiful yet sad story. The Devil's Tree touches on my so many things while telling the story of the tree itself.