I Know What You Did Last Summer
Publish date: April 6th 1999
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Media Tie In
I wasn't a fan of this book at all. I didn't expect much to start with, I was just curious because I've seen the movie. Anyway, the voices the narrator did for certain characters were annoying. The characters themselves were flat and shallow and I didn't like any of them or care if (when) they died....
This is a pretty entertaining whodunit aimed at teens. I think I watched the movie, but I couldn't remember exactly who turned out being the one so I don't know if the book is different. It isn't difficult to figure out who is doing it in the book.
Three stars for content, one for nostalgia. This was updated back in 2010, I think I'm going to see if my library has the updated version, so I can compare the two. Also...I'm going to need to watch the movie again. I wonder if it's on demand?
NOTE: This is the shortened version of my review. Due to Booklikes and how they do spoilers. So my group on Goodreads started the Blind Date Challenge again, and my partner and I picked this book. I was really interesting in this one, I heard a lot about the book and the movie, so I was curious if...
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