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Last Summer Paperback – November 20, 2012
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It was well written. There were a few mistakes here and there but it was nothing I couldn't live with.
The entertainment value was overall definitely worth the price (it was a free ebook when I found it). Stephen King doesn't have anything to worry about but it was very well thought out and executed. (Which is more than I can say for most free ebooks)
The characters are enjoyable but I think that if this author ever decided to rewrite this book for a major publishing house more character development would be necessary. There are many missing details to some of the back stories that would have been helpful in understanding the characters, even if it wasn't necessary to the main story line.
Overall it's a good thriller to read on a lazy summer day and you can't beat the price! Definitely worth the time to download and read.
This was a really good little story. The author did an excellent job building tension and did not disappoint at the climax. I liked the dynamic between the core group of characters and how the trepidation in the face of high school caused them to be more reckless than they would have ever considered before. There were a couple of unanswered questions I would have liked to have seen addressed, but it wasn't anything that detracted from the story without it, just a personal curiosity.