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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.
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader copy of this book."
I obtained a copy of this story in a box set from The Publisher/Author(s) and was not compensated in anyway for a review Positive or negative. This review is My Honest Opinions of these stories.
Matt, Kelsey, Garrett and Ash all decide to take a vacation down in New Orleans. A place all of them are excited to visit. Garrett and Ash are lovebirds while Matt and Kelsey are still tip-toeing around their hidden feelings for each other. The characters in this book are very simple and I mean that in a good way. There isn't much angst with this group of friends. They all wear their emotions pretty much on their sleeves and there is no real heartache for the reader in trying to decipher their motives, thoughts, and fears. These characters are upfront and honest and its actually quite refreshing. They are easily relatable and it allows the reader to focus on the actual threat that lies ahead for them. The Dying Game.
Once the game gets going this book turns into a heart-racing, non-stop, white knuckle clutching thrill ride into hell. The trials, riddles and horror that Schoen and Henderson invent in this story are unfathomable and terrifying. It's the stuff nightmares are made off. This book delves into so many concepts to include fear, humanity, sacrifice and survival. This band of friends are put through a series of events that will push them past their breaking point and change their lives forever.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book in heightened anticipation of what would happen next. It kept me entertained and excited all the way to the end and it is a great read for those who love the horror/suspense drama.
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I like Matt he's determined to go to this place he's always wanted to...Read more