Josephine is there for you, at any time of the day or night. When Alena is bullied by her classmates at the elite school, when her flirtation with Fabian doesn’t really go well, when the school psychologist harasses her or the principal bullies her. The problem is, Josephine has been dead for a year, and her help is growing more threatening with each passing day. Instead of advice, at some point there are admonitions, then reproaches and finally bloody excesses.
The fact that he relies heavily on genre clichés such as bare skin and stereotypical characters in form and content should be part of the program, but prevents any major surprises. Even if the story is perfectly composed in eight chapters: Most readers should already be able to see the twist at the end from afar.