Black Thursday. The day that will go down in history forever. The day that four planes at different points in the world crashed simultaneously. Miraculously three people survived the devastating accidents - children who appear unharmed.
Conspiracy theories are rift throughout the book and The Three even has a website full of faux-news articles, eye-witnesses and messages boards on their website that can be found here.
The book is structured as a non-fiction account of the after-math of Black Thursday, written by journalist Elspeth Martins. Each chapter is either an interview, account or newspaper article that appeared after the accident.
Once I started reading, I couldn't put this book down. There are so many different characters with conflicting opinions and beliefs that you're left wondering what really happened. You start to piece the story together bit by bit and even come up with your own theories.
Fans of thrillers and horrors will no doubt love this book. I was hooked from the first page!