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Synopsis: And all Matt thought he'd have to worry about was a killer hangover...
When Matthew Hastings finally has the opportunity to travel to the place that he's dreamt of visiting for years, he won't let anything stop him.
Not the ghost stories.
Or even the fact that his pessimistic girlfriend has threatened to break up with him if he goes. In fact, it only makes him want to go more.
Then when he finds out that his childhood crush, Kelsey Hendricks, is going to be attending with his closest friends, nothing will stop him from leaving.
Now is his chance to tell her how he really feels. But will he get the chance? When a series of events traps the group underground in the tunnels of New Orleans, they soon discover...
They're not the only ones in the tunnels.
And they must find their way out by sunrise, or they will all be submitted to the horrors of...
The Dying Game.
Their was only one part that really said the book was written by women, and thats when the main male character stated that he even cried during movies when animals died...but other than that, it was quite entertaining.
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The Dying Game is a thriller/horror book is a standalone and told from Matt’s POV.
The Dying Game is very much like the movie <i>Saw</i>. A psycho-killer is setting up a game with riddles for you to solve. Unfortunately the riddles you solve could cost you your life or the life of your friends. Matt, Kelsey, Ashley, and Garrett go to New Orleans for a week vacation. Little did they know they’d have to play a sick game to save their lives.
The book starts out SLOW with very young dialogue. The characters were ages 18-20 and the early dialogue seemed younger than that. It picked up when they finally got to New Orleans and so did the quality of the characters. When they are thrown into the game, it is non-stop action. The scenes in the tunnels are horrific but are not gruesome. They are tastefully done for a horror story. The book gave me a nice apprehensive feeling while reading and kept me on the edge of my seat. Most of the books I read are from a female POV or dual POV. This book was a male POV. It was a nice change. Matt was a good hearted guy who cared deeply for the others in his group.
Overall, The Dying Game is a good book. I would give it 5-stars if the beginning was better. If I’m ever in this situation, I hope I have Garrett with me.
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I like Matt he's determined to go to this place he's always wanted to...Read more