G. D. Falksen, author of Maiden of War, The Secret Life of Kitty Granger, and The Ouroboros Cycle
“Prep School for Serial Killers is a daring story of survival, betrayal, and self-discovery set amid an uncompromising vision of a dystopian future. Tara Platt's incisive narrative grabs the reader and doesn't let go from the first page to the book's thrilling (and bloody) conclusion. This is a wonderfully wild tale filled with twists and turns, shifting allegiances, a deeply layered mystery, and a cunning protagonist willing to do anything to survive.”
Amber Benson, author of The Witches of Echo Park, the Calliope Reaper-Jones series, and actress from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
“Imagine a book where Hogwarts exists in The Hunger Games universe and its students have more in common with Villanelle from Killing Eve than Harry Potter––sound like fun? Then you’re gonna love the seriously bad ass mayhem of Tara Platt’s new novel, Prep School For Serial Killers. Platt has a real penchant for clever writing and dark humor…but it’s the way she makes you feel for the psychopathic, anti-heroine at the center of this maelstrom of murder that’ll truly break your heart.”
D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
“Fans of The Hunger Games will find Prep School for Serial Killers is a dark tale set in 2123 about school students being groomed for extraordinary roles in life. From assassins and poisoned pins to drives to alter history, Prep School for Serial Killers takes many unusual twists and turns, yet keeps readers thoroughly engaged. Platt creates a fast-paced story of teens who find themselves at odds with the forces that raised them. Her story holds special appeal for fans of dark dystopian teen reads. Its strong characters, compelling social observation, and satisfying intrigue makes Prep School for Serial Killers highly recommended for libraries seeking dystopian fiction that raises questions suitable for classroom or book group discussion."
“A really enjoyable read that was atmospheric, twisty and creepy. Well written with a gripping story and well-developed characters. I loved it."