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The Camp
Original title: El campamento

The Camp

Original title: El campamento
Synopsis:

Ten young influencers, a camp, and a body in strange circumstances: the new thriller by Blue Jeans.

Ten of the most promising influencers in the country, all of them under twenty-three, are invited to a camp in the Pyrenees. They’ve been chosen from a list of a hundred young people by Fernando Godoy, one of the richest and most powerful men in Spain, who wants to pour his fortune into one of them. In that idyllic setting, in the middle of nature and without a sign of civilization for thirty miles around, they’ll be trained and prepared for three weeks by major personalities from the world of music, sports, internet, business, and publicity. There’s only one condition: they can’t use their cellphones or the internet during their stay. Still, what had seemed like a bucolic experience takes a hundred-and-eighty-degree turn on the second Friday, when one girl dies in strange circumstances. After that, everything will change and more and more unexpected incidents will occur.

The book takes place in a summer camp where the reader will get to know the characters, their problems, their weaknesses, and worries, and will unravel the mysterious killings taking place around them.

After the success of his first trilogy of YA mysteries, The Invisible Girl, which has been reprinted number of times, published in comic form, and purchased by a producer to make an international series, Blue Jeans has kept going in the YA thriller field with this novel.

Option publishers

DeA Planeta (Italy), Beijing White Horse Time Culture (China), Adamantan (Poland), RAO (Romania).

Technical data

Publishing date: | 472 pages | ISBN: 978-950-49-7355-3 | Imprint: Editorial Planeta

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