Last Summer

Last Summer This is a tale about evil and its existence in a small Iowa town It s about childhood friendship and growing up It s also a love story During the summer of Zach and his friends set out to have

  • Title: Last Summer
  • Author: J.W. Bouchard
  • ISBN: 9781481014816
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a tale about evil and its existence in a small Iowa town It s about childhood, friendship, and growing up.It s also a love story During the summer of 1993, Zach and his friends set out to have one final adventure before they start high school But instead, they accidentally discover an entrance to hell and the dark secret which resides there People are disappeariThis is a tale about evil and its existence in a small Iowa town It s about childhood, friendship, and growing up.It s also a love story During the summer of 1993, Zach and his friends set out to have one final adventure before they start high school But instead, they accidentally discover an entrance to hell and the dark secret which resides there People are disappearing, and when Zach s girlfriend goes missing, he suddenly finds himself caught up in a battle against an ancient evil which threatens to destroy anything that gets in its way.

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    About "J.W. Bouchard"

    1. J.W. Bouchard

      J.W Bouchard is a horror, crime, science fiction, and children s fantasy author best known for his novels Last Summer and The Z Club When he isn t writing, he enjoys surveying unexplored parts of Wind Cave in South Dakota, traveling to exotic locales, and teaching his kids bad habits He lives in Iowa.You can also find me on Facebook

    185 thoughts on “Last Summer”

    1. I enjoyed this book immensely, It took me back to my teen years when me and my friends would go out into the woods or old buildings exploring. The charecters were great and I think most people could picture themselves as one of these charecters and will be able to name one of their friends as a Devon or a Matt or Zach. I will be the first to admit that my first encounter with J.W Bouchard wasn't great after reading Rabid not because of the story or the writing it just wasn't for me. But I saw so [...]


    2. Last Summer is an excellent coming of age tale in the spirit of The Goonies or even King's "The Body." The characters are nestalgic and believable making me think of my own high school days, well if they had gone horribly wrong. This is well worth the read.


    3. This was a really good little story. The author did an excellent job building tensions and did not disappoint at the climax. I liked the dynamic between the core group of characters and how the trepidation in the face of high school caused them to be more reckless than they would have ever considered before. There were a couple of unanswered questions I would have liked to seen addressed, but it wasn't anything that detracted from the story without it, just a personal curiosity.


    4. Entertaining blend of horror and coming of age, but somehow falls short. The characters are well drawn and likable but the horror seems to be held back too long and the delivery does not feel satisfying.


    5. I found, Last Summer, an entertaining coming of age horror story, to be entertaining and well worth the read.


    6. A good readA good reada good story for science fiction. I normally don't read this type of material, but I enjoyed it. I found I couldn't put it down! thanks!


    7. A quick coming of age horror glad I read and will try more by this author better than I expected and deserving of his high rating on



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