Six teens are devoted to a game with one rule: If a player gets tagged, they must change their life within the next fifteen minutes. The better the player, the bigger the change. One might give their car away, or punch the school bully. Another might change identities or sacrifice their virginity. Anything to keep evolving, to avoid fitting into a label or caring about the junk they own. But their quest for enlightenment has taken a rotten final turn - one of the players has murdered the game's creator, the teen prophet (cult leader?) David Bloom. 

Our narrator is being framed for the crime; can he clear his name and discover which of his lifelong friends is the murderer before he takes the fall?

[sic] is a gritty teen murder mystery that delves into the psychology of enlightenment among the criminally dysfunctional.
very nice read.I really like the premise as well. Good imagination.
Amazing. - 3 syllables and one word.
That is what I've read so far.
Xp, keep it up!
From all of the reviews I have read I can not wait to begin reading this story.
I had this recommended by a friend on here and I'm glad I picked it up. The premise is a bold. A bit 'dice man' but great stories make their precursors. Brilliant writing and hook.
I read your blurb and I was instantly pulled in. I am a big fan of stories with big ideas, and yours happens to be a very interesting one :) I'll be sure to vote whilst I read c:
I don't know why, but I imagined Edward Norton narrating this chapter. Even though he's probably too old to play this character haha.