The Killing Jar by Jennifer Bosworth Book Summary:
Kenna Marsden has a secret that she's buried so deeply, no one will ever find out. Then, just as things are getting better, something terrible happens to her family-something that awakens the dangerous impulses inside of her. On the heels of a terrifying accident, she's brought to a nearby utopian commune where she is immediately accepted and embraced. For the first time in a long while, she starts to feel like she belongs to something. But like a moth to the flame, the closer she gets to the commune, the more she feels like there may be something sinister underneath it all. Something that could destroy the lives of those she left behind.Jennifer Bosworth has crafted a page-turning, nail-biting novel that makes us question identity, what family truly means, and how obsession blinds us to the truth.