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Reunion Paperback – April 1, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
It starts out with a terrible shooting at a high school where several students were killed and injured. The shooter David Ray turned the gun on himself at the end of his rampage. Twenty years later some of the survivors are still trying to deal with the aftermath of the shooting and decided to have a reunion for closure. Several have witnessed a haunting at the high school that was closed after the shooting. There are more murders that cannot be explained. Can a ghost kill someone? Is it David's ghost or a demon?
I gave this book a five and rarely rate a book that high. Bennington doesn't bore you with details that are not needed. If he tells you something remember it because it will come back into play later. Again, this is a great book. Reunion will keep you on your toes and it definitely grabs your attention from the beginning.
Bullying and violence have no place in our schools and the practice should be stamped out before it causes violence.
The author starts out with a terrible shooting at a high school where several students were killed and injured. Thankfully, at the end of the horrific rampage, the deranged shooter turns the gun on himself. However, later on, the killer becomes a menacing ghost that haunts the school, even though it was closed after the shooting.
I liked the way the author tells you something that pops up later in the book. Twenty years after the shooting, some of the survivors are still trying to deal with the aftermath. The scars are still open sores for the survivors and the trauma is not over, but beginning again after they decide to have a reunion to get final closure. I don't want to give away the ending, but this book will certainly grab and keep your attention.
The end went off on a side road when the author started mixing God, religion, poltergeist, demons and the occult. Those ideas don't mix well. It wasn't bad enough that the killer had been abused by basically everyone but he was also involved unwittingly in satanic rituals? Too much. The end was way too preachy for a "supernatural thriller" and it seemed the author threw it in thinking to would appeal to Christian readers-it didn't appeal to this Christian.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good read, predictable....sometimes. I recommend it for fun reading. Some parts are not for the squeamish. Favorite part was the last two paragraphs. Well done.Published 2 months ago by Julia Grabowski
Good book with great characters. Interesting how life changes by some else's action.Published 3 months ago by Tweety35
I could put it down I read the whole book in 5 hours grest story, keep on writingPublished 9 months ago by Gigi
This was an awesome book! It kept me riveted page after page! The characters are very believable and the more you read the book, the more you feel connected to the characters... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Crusader
Nice story to keep you turning pages. Characters believable. Will look up the author to see if there are other selections.Published 16 months ago by Bonez