Iain Reid’s bestselling novel follows a young woman who is thinking of ending things with her boyfriend while on a road trip to meet his parents on their secluded farm. When her boyfriend makes an unexpected detour, leaving her stranded, a twisted mix of palpable tension, psychological frailty, and sheer terror ensues.
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Logline: Set in 1951, the story follows Marcus Messner, the idealistic son of a humble kosher butcher from Newark, N.J. Marcus leaves for Ohio to study at a small, conservative college, where he finds himself at odds with the administration, grapples with anti-Semitism and sexual repression, and pines after a troubled girl.
Logline: Two hundred years after her death, Jane Austen is still surrounded by the literature she loves, but now she’s a vampire and the owner of a bookstore in a sleepy college town in Upstate New York where, in a twist of fate thrusting her back into the spotlight, she must hide her real identity – and fend off a dark man from her past while juggling two modern suitors.
Logline: Story follows two pre-teenage girls who after being sent home early from a birthday party discover an unattended baby in a carriage, and after failing to care for it, the baby ends up dead, and the girls are put away for seven years. It’s only when they are released that what appears to be the truth about their stories begins to reveal itself, but it is clouded bt the fact that suddenly, other children have begun to disappear.
Logline: Centers on a regular, angst-ridden twenty something who still lives at home with his mom, has a crappy job at a skating rink and has to lock himself up once a month to avoid killing people. What’s a kid to do when he’s inherited his dad’s inconvenient werewolf genes? Justin discovers he’s not alone when he joins a twelve-step-esque group therapy for other monsters. But instead of finding answers he finds himself swept up in the identity politics of the monster set.