“Horrifying throughout with a dark and twisted sense of humor… Off Campus grabs you from the first page, digs its claws in, and doesn’t let go until you’re way past the end.”
– Karen E. Taylor, The Vampire Legacy series and Cellar
The first month at college is hell.
Bellarmine is under siege. The monstrous necromancer Azrobas is patiently forcing the students to run a blood-soaked labyrinth in a forgotten dimension – none have made it yet. Ken Sakamoto, the youngest son of a British military family who is decidedly not in the military, already has some issues with living up to expectations, so nobody’s more surprised than he is to find himself tearing through the maze, sanity at risk, all for the sake of a girl he’s only been dating for a month.
And he’s not alone. His fellow freshman Josh – all-American, athletic, and armed to the teeth – is in the labyrinth to save his oldest friend Lizzie, and Lizzie’s got all the kidnapped girls fighting their way out every bit as hard as the boys are fighting their way in.
But Azrobas has made it clear only one group gets to go home alive. They all better move fast.
Maybe not too fast though. Every step is taking them closer to Azrobas and the only thing worse than losing at his game is what’s going to happen if you win.