Unfortunately I do not, at this time, have the editor's name to give credit, but I'll add it in later if I come across the info. The book starts as Joe is remembering the summer he was thirteen and his parents decided on a move to the small town of Payne, Arizona.
Meanwhile, Tyler and Beth progress with their relationship.
Recommend you if you go down to the woods
Especially the friendship side, having being an outsider myself was a book worm even at school I appreciated how it feels when you meet like minded people Takes me back to all that teenage angst, fighting with siblings, first ever kiss etc. They love to play and shout, They never have any care; At six o'clock their Mommies and Daddies Will take them home to bed, Because they're tired little Teddy Bears. Thank you to Netgalley for sending this to me for review, but I will never recommend this book to a single soul.
It's a short read, but entertaining all the same. Not much to do in this small town in Arizona, Joe spies something and convinces his new friends to go exploring.
I'd have been devasted to see him die. The ending was actually disappointing and I preferred the first half. It has never been a perfect, happy place for anybody One summer in the life of Joe, Bobby, Jim, and Tara..
And when the man known as The Collector came along, the kids were absolutely terrified. Very well done, Mr.
Perrelli and Brock, I knew Sheriff Glover wasn't really human anymore. I received this book from Netgalley and am providing an honest review below. Welcome back. The story then centres on how they can get out of the situation This is a fast paced book that will have you hooked from the first few pages.
Adams is a fantastic storyteller. Welcome back. This gives the book a decidedly nostalgic feel.
But authors can't create stories based on a cleansed world that doesn't exist. The doors are locked. But I really liked was the fact that it was a straight forward crime thriller rather than trying to introduce any supernatural elements which these type of stories tend to have.
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