Book Review: The Long Weekend

Book Review: The Long WeekendThe Long Weekend by Savita Kalhan
Published by Andersen on October 2nd 2008
Pages: 180
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Sam knows that he and his friend Lloyd made a colossal mistake when they accepted the ride home. They have ended up in a dark mansion in the middle of nowhere with man who means to harm them. But Sam doesn't know how to get them out. They were trapped, then separated. Now they are alone. Will either of them get out alive?This gripping and hypnotic thriller will have you reading late into the night...

Sam and Lloyd are relatively new friends. So when they hop into what Sam thinks is Lloyd's car, they both realize that they thought it was each others dad. Unfortunately, that is not the case. This man takes them to a mansion in the middle of nowhere, filled with toys, games, and junk food. Sam knows something is wrong but Lloyd isn't convinced, thinking it's a fun ploy by his dad for them to have a fun weekend.

Sam must convince Lloyd that they must escape, but that is not his biggest hurdle. The whole property is surrounded by a high fence with barbed wire on the top. They must hide from the man before he kills them and escape before he finds them.

The bad guy was so realistically horrible, I felt afraid for Sam and Lloyd. The boys were written realistic as well. The way the boys reacted seemed so real as well, one of them was more brave than the other, but they were both scared and shocked at their situation.

Final Verdict: Anyone who has ever heard of kids disappearing will get a shock from this book. It's sad this type of situation really happens.

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3 responses to “Book Review: The Long Weekend

  1. Alexia561

    Sounds like a scary one, from both your review and the cover! It’s good to try something different every now and again to keep yourself from winding up in a reading rut, but don’t think this one is for me. Guess I’m a wuss! *L*

    Here’s my Saturday Situation.

  2. toriwinchester24

    Sounds interesting but seems like a horror movie in book form. Never read anything like that, could be good.

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