Ty Schwamberger Last Night Out: Special 5 Year Anniversary Edition

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Gabe, Alan and Erin thought one last night out on the town before their junior year of college came to an end would be fitting. The three friends did the same as always – they went to a bar. Only this time they decided to try someplace new: The Torchlight Inn. They are eager to make it a night to remember. During their time at the shabby bar they come face to face with seedy bar patrons, a biker gang and one strange-acting bartender named T-Bone. But all is well until Alan and Erin mysteriously disappear and Gabe has to try and find his friends before being forced to pay their bar tab. Little do any of them know the secret the place holds beneath its cracked floorboards… Where a whole new kind of terror is waiting for them.
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    Last Night Out: Special 5 Year Anniversary Edition
    misspider

    misspider

    14. March 2016 um 08:49

    As the author suggests in his after-word, some people will love this story while others may hate it. While I don't really hate 'Last Night Out', I must admit I was disappointed by the book.First, I did not like any of the three main characters - I didn't understand how they could be friends at all considering their constant nagging at each other, be it verbal or physical. At least the bartender didn't pretend to be anything different than he was - a complete nut-case. The writing was OK, but considering I read a 5th anniversary edition the story would have deserved some careful polishing in the way of spell-checking and general editing.The crazy plot was definitely up to something and could have provided a simple, 'clean' and mean little gore-fest destined for pure entertainment, but IMHO it tripped over it's own ambitions. Sometimes less is more, and this story would definitely have benefited from less. Strip the unnecessary dialogue, nagging and thinking, maybe even to the length of a short story, and this could be turned into some really mean stuff.(I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review)

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