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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Last Resort by Toy Davis



The Last Resort by Toy Davis
Publisher: No Boundaries Press
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short Story (44 pgs)
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Stephantois

A group of college friends decide to spend winter break at Flow's cabin. They invite Hailey to join them for the first time, and she agrees to go because of her crush on Flow. Unbeknown to most of them, this cabin is known as the last resort due to the families that were killed there. The situation changes as people start to disappear. Hailey is the only person to notice, and can't seem to get the others to listen. She's determined to make them see the danger before its too late.


There’s nothing better than a story about a house with secrets. And the one featured in this story has many. One thing I liked about this story is it started as what I thought would be a romantic suspense between two characters and then to my surprise, more characters showed up.

The author did a good job unfolding the back story about all the murders that had taken place and it gave the tale an eerie feel. The pacing was fast which made it a quick read. I would have liked to have seen this story longer so that the characters could have been fleshed out a little more and I would have gotten the chance to know them more in depth.

However, if you’re looking to read a quick eerie tale, especially for Halloween, this might be one for you.





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