Wild Night Is Calling Kindle Edition
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Two friends are separated while stupidly agreeing to go to a party with two boys. Desperately trying to find her friend we keep wondering what's going to happen to these girls. So many emotions running through this one. Worry, disgust, concern, and finally you're left wondering, WHAT!?
I enjoyed this short story. Written by Ann Voss Peterson and J.A. Konrath both parts blended seamlessly. I wouldn't have even known it was two different authors had I not been told.
This one was well worth it.
More importantly, there was a preview of an upcoming book by the same authors, Flee. I cannot wait to read that one. I was left with growing anticipation of this novel.
Though the story is short, it's a complete tale, with a couple of great twists at the end. Although I'd love to read more about these characters in a novel form, I did not feel like I was cheated in any way by the length of the story.
Gory, but not as much so as some of Konrath's other writing, it's a chilling story. I'd recommend this as a late night scare before bed!
The ending provided a very cool twist. Then when you think things can't get any more crazy, BAM, another cool twist. I definitely shivered after reading this-in a good way.
I RECOMMEND this book to read.
Peterson delivers the first half of the story from the point of view of a young woman, on her way to a party at a stranger's house, who loses track of her friend. Konrath delivers the end with his signature gore (fans of Serial will know what to expect).
But the entire exercise makes a lot more sense when you reach the 60%ish mark and the exortations to buy the full-length collaboration between the two authors begin. I downloaded this story for free and enjoyed reading it. I don't think I would have been so happy if I had paid for it.
Honestly if there's any proof of that true gut "Leave you wanting more" feeling, this is it. The first twist, I was ready for however I thought that was where we were going to head to the end. But than someone grabbed a baseball bat and hit this one out of the park. Because the final twist truly comes from nowhere.
Well worth the read, especially just before you go to bed (only takes around 30 minutes to an hour to complete).
And it IS quite short - when you open the ebook, the story actually ends at the 60% mark - the rest is excerpts of other stuff. I guess that's why it's only 99¢ - right?