Book Synopsis Stephen King's The Mist meets Twin Peaks in this mind-bending horror-thriller about a Midwestern town engulfed by a mysterious plague of tornadoes every generation. In a small town tucked away in the Midwestern corn fields, the grown-ups whisper about Tornado Day. Our narrator, a high school sophomore, has never heard such a phrase, though she and her friends can feel the weight of those words. The sense of impending doom. The only thing that stands between the town and total annihilation is a teen boy known as the Tornado Killer. Drawn to this enigmatic boy, our narrator befriends him and begins to sense an unnatural connection between them. But the grown-ups are hiding a secret about the origin of the tornadoes and the Tornado Killer--and it's more terrifying than our narrator could ever imagine. Audaciously conceived and steeped in existential dread, this genre-defying novel reveals the mythbound madness at the heart of American life. About the Author James Kennedy is the author of Dare to Know. Before bing a writer, he was a computer programmer with a degree in physics and philosophy.