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New York Times bestselling sportswriter John Feinstein exposes the real “March Madness”—behind the scenes at the Final Four basketball tournament.
 
When Stevie wins a writing contest for aspiring sports journalists, his prize is a press pass to the Final Four in New Orleans. While exploring the Superdome, he overhears a plot to throw the championship game. With the help of fellow contest winner Susan Carol, Stevie has just 48 hours to figure out who is blackmailing one of the star players . . . and why.
 
John Feinstein has been praised as “the best writer of sports books in America today” (The Boston Globe), and he proves it again in this fast-paced novel.
 
“A page-turning thriller and a basketball junkie’s bonanza.” —USA Today

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For eighth-grade reporters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson, winning the national writing contest would have been prize enough. When they receive their all-access tickets to the NCAA Final Four basketball tournament, they are understandably gleeful. Their euphoria comes down a few notches, however, when they overhear a coach pressuring a player to throw a key game. In the March Madness environment, the two young scribes don't know whether they have blundered into the biggest scoop of a lifetime or what threatens to become a near-death experience! Slam-dunk excitement.
Publishers Weekly
Two teenage sportswriters try to uncover a blackmail scheme at the NCAA Final Four. "Young basketball fans will most appreciate the caper, but mystery buffs will also turn these pages eagerly," according to PW. Ages 12-up. (July) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Eighth-grade winners of a national writing contest, Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson, become all-access teen reporters to the NCAA Final Four basketball tournament held in New Orleans. After mingling with sportswriters, television personality Dick Vitale (awesome, baby!), and legendary Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski, the wide-eyed teens wander about the massive Superdome. Outside the Minnesota State team locker room, they overhear a grey-haired man tell star Chip Graber to make sure he chokes against Duke or else. Horrified that the future NBA player is being forced to throw the championship game, the intrepid teens spring to action. Using their wits and circumventing NCAA rules (refreshingly, Susan Carol knows her hoops and is an assertive leader), the cub reporters bypass security and confront Chip, offering to help him escape the blackmail plot. As a web of betrayal is unraveled, the trio realizes no one can be trusted, and even Chip is unsure who is actually pulling the strings about his illegal transcripts and who will cash in after the fix. This sports journalist's first young adult novel is set for publication just before March Madness 2005, the story's fast-moving pace will please basketball junkies. Mature readers might not buy into self-assured thirteen-year-olds pulling off brazen schemes, but how the teens outwit bumbling authority figures will appeal to the middle school crowd. Many red herrings and a vast array of adult characters popping up throughout the story perhaps makes this mystery too intricate for reluctant readers, but the insider's view Final Four basketball atmosphere is, well . . . awesome, baby! VOYA CODES: 3Q 3P M J (Readable without serious defects; Willappeal with pushing; Middle School, defined as grades 6 to 8; Junior High, defined as grades 7 to 9). 2005, Knopf, 256p., and PLB Ages 11 to 15.
—Rollie Welch
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To quote the review of the audiobook in KLIATT, September 2005: Steve Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson are teenagers who win a journalism contest. Their prize is a trip to the Final Four collegiate basketball championship series in New Orleans, and an opportunity to play sports reporters and write about the event. As they become more comfortable with their mini-celebrity status, they also become creatively bolder and gain access to places and persons usually off-limits to the public. During one of these forays, they overhear a conversation involving a star basketball player and a point-shaving scheme. Thus begins an adventure that will prove far more dangerous than they anticipated. Feinstein, a political and sports writer for the Washington Post, also includes real sports figures: writers, announcers, coaches and players. YAs, especially those interested in college sports, will definitely enjoy this. Never playing down to his audience, Feinstein provides plenty of surprises and plot twists to keep everybody entertained and guessing. KLIATT Codes: JS--Recommended for junior and senior high school students. 2005, Random House, Yearling, 251p., $6.50.. Ages 12 to 18.
—Miles Klein
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When Stevie Thomas wins a sports writing contest and gets to cover the Final Four college basketball championship in New Orleans, he knows it's going to be the most unbelievable weekend of his life. And unbelievable it is, but in unexpected ways. Amidst the circus atmosphere at the Superdome-with the Blue Devils, Huskies, Coach K, Dick Vitale, and the clamor of hawkers, scalpers, and the best sportswriters in America-Stevie and his co-winner Susan Carol overhear a plot to throw the championship game. Veteran sportswriter Feinstein uses simple prose, lively dialogue, and authentic details of an event he knows well to recreate the pageantry of college basketball's big show. No little-guy-overcoming-the-odds story, this is a tale of celebrity, big business, and corruption as witnessed by two eager and innocent fledgling reporters who must decide what to do with their unexpected knowledge. A real treat for basketball fans young and old. (Fiction. 10+)
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Last Shot is a brisk novel set in the madness of the NCAA’s Final Four. Exceptionally knowledgeable about the college basketball world, Feinstein has a fine time lampooning broadcaster Dick Vitale and the bureaucrats who populate the NCAA itself. The blackmailing plot that unfolds over the course of Final Four weekend threatens a student-athlete who isn’t a student, implicates an ethics professor with no ethics, and otherwise introduces to young readers the sleaze beneath the glitter of college basketball’s biggest show. Remarkably, Feinstein pokes holes in the illusions without diminishing the excitement of the games themselves as seen through the eyes of two eighth-grade reporters. He writes as if he’s having a fine time at the keyboard, and the result will entertain not only young readers, but the oldsters looking over their shoulders as well.” —Boston Globe

“Score! That’s exactly what author John Feinstein does with this mystery.”—Dallas Morning News

“You’ll feel as if you have a courtside seat at the SuperDome. Last Shot is Feinstein’s first entry into fiction for young people, and it’s an impressive one. The story is intriguing, the dialogue snappy and the finale exciting.” —Bookpage
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Meet the Author

JOHN FEINSTEIN is the author of many bestselling sports books, including A Season on the Brink and A Good Walk Spoiled. Feinstein worked for the Washington Post as both a political and sports reporter for more than ten years and continues to contribute articles. He is a regular commentator for National Public Radio and Sporting News Radio and an essayist for CBS Sports. He lives with his wife, son, and daughter in Bethesda, MD, and Shelter Island, NY.

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Last Shot


By John Feinstein

Random House

John Feinstein
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ISBN: 0375831681


Chapter One

Excerpt from chapter 5 of Last Shot by John Feinstein

"Nothing here," Susan Carol said. "I guess we--" She stopped in mid-sentence. "Hey, look who's here."

She pointed across the dark, open area to the outside door. Stevie could see a group of young men in purple-and-white sweats coming through the doorway. "Straight down this hall to the end and turn right gentlemen," someone they couldn't see was saying. "Your locker room is the first one you come to on your right."

"As if they can't read the signs," Stevie said.

"He must have forgotten that they're student-athletes," Susan Carol said.

Stevie laughed. He hated to admit it, but she was kind of funny.

"Well," she said. "Should we head--"

She stopped in mid-sentence again. Stevie turned and saw one final purple-and-white suited player walk through the doorway, peering around as if to make sure no one was there. Stevie recognized the floppy blond hair right away. It was Chip Graber. Right behind him was a man in a charcoal gray suit who was also looking around in a suspicious way. Instinctively, Stevie took Susan Carol's arm and stepped back so they were hidden behind some rolled up Astroturf.

Graber and the charcoal suit finally seemed satisfied they were alone, then walked towards the loading dock until they were almost directly below Stevie and Susan Carol--who were both frozen with surprise and curiosity.

"Okay, Chip, we've got about two minutes to get this straight before the press conference," the suit said. "You can't get cold feet now."

"I never had warm feet," Chip Graber answered in a stage whisper, still plenty loud enough for Stevie and Susan Carol to hear. "What if I won't do it?"

"Then the team gets stripped of all its wins and your father gets fired. We've been through this. . . ."

There was a long silence. Stevie wondered if perhaps the conversation had ended, but there were no signs of movement below. Susan Carol started to open her mouth to say something, but he put a finger to his lips to indicate she should stay silent.

Just when Stevie thought he was wrong, he heard Graber's voice again. "This is unbelievable."

"Hey, Chip, the world's a cold place sometimes. Cooperate and you'll be a millionaire in a couple of months. Your dad will get a big contract extension for making the Final Four. Quit whining, do what you need to do, and we'll all walk away happy."

"But what if we lose Saturday? There's no guarantee we'll win that game. Why does it have to be Monday?"

"That's not something you need to worry about. You just play your butt off against St. Joe's and choke against Duke. We'll take care of the rest."

"I'll get you for this. All of you."

"Please. You don't even know who we are. And if you try anything with me, the roof will fall in on you and your dad. Now let's go. You've got a press conference."

This time they could hear footsteps walking away. Stevie and Susan Carol stood stock still for a moment looking at one another.

"What did we just hear?" she asked finally.

"Well, unless I'm crazy, we just heard the best player in the country being blackmailed to throw the championship game."

"Yeah, that's what I heard too. But he has to win tomorrow. Isn't that weird? I don't know very much about gambling, but if someone is trying to make a lot of money by betting against Minnesota State, why wait until Monday?"

"That's what Graber asked. There's got to be a reason why it has to be Monday. And he said he had to lose to Duke on Monday. How's he know Duke will win tomorrow?"

For the first time since they had met that morning, Stevie thought Susan Carol looked lost. "What do we do?" she asked.

Stevie shook his head. "I don't know. Tell someone?"

"But who?" she asked. "Who'd believe us?"

"Good question," he said. "I barely believe us. Man, I wanted a story no one else had, but this is insane. Let's get out of here. It's spooky."

She didn't argue.

As they opened the doors that led back to the hallway and the bright lights hit Stevie's eyes, he felt like he was leaving a movie. But there was no leaving. Now he and Susan Carol were part of the movie.


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  • Posted March 15, 2012

    The book "Last Shot" is about a boy and girl that win

    The book "Last Shot" is about a boy and girl that win a writing contest and get to write articles for the final four. The boys name is Steve Thomas and the girls name is Susan Carol. When Steve and Susan get to the final four they meet each other and they get to know each other. One day they get lost and they try to find their way back to the lobby and then they run into one of the basketball teams and heard the player and coach talking about setting up the game. So Steve and Susan try to figure out what exactly happened and they try to stop it.

    I like this book cause it talks about basketball and I like basketball. It kept me reading and there were some funny parts to the book. The book had some surprising parts to it so it kept you focused and kept you attached to the book. I don't like how it takes a little while to get into the action of the book but that is the only thing I dislike of the book.

    I would recommend this book to people who like sports. Especially people who like basketball cause it is really intense. For people who like cliff hangers and leave them suspecting something.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 12, 2009

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    Fantastic Book!

    I LOVED this book! I love basketball and I was really into this book. It's probably one of my favorites! I'd recomend it to anyone and everyone who loves and has an obsession about basketball and mysteries!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2009

    This is a great book!

    If you like basketball you should love this book. I read it for a book report for school and I loved. You are on your seat for all of it and it is also a great mstery. READ THIS BOOK.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 28, 2011

    A Buzzer Beater

    In "Last Shot" by John Feinstein, 13 year-olds Steve Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson are two of the USBWA (United States Basketball Writer's Association) and are granted press access to the Final Four in New Orleans. Steve is a little skeptic of Susan at the beginning but they end up working well together. The two overhear Chip Graber, Minnesota State's star point-guard being blackmailed to throw the championship game or else his transcript would be changed to make it look like he failed, and his dad would be fired as coach. Steve and Susan then make it their mission to find who is blackmailing Chip. One theme I got out of this story was that you never know what goes on behind closed doors. When you watch sporting events like the Final Four on tv, all you see is what your given. But although this book may be fiction, it's deffinatly possible that scenarios like this can or have gone on before. This book does give a good scenario of what can really happen that people are not aware of. I really liked the journalism aspect of the plot, because that is a career field that I want to get into. I chose this book because I saw that it combined one of my favorite things, basketball, with the career field that I want to persue. I also liked the mystery aspect of the story, and it really keeps you on the edge of your seat at the end of the story. I didn't like how i felt kind of bored in the middle, and it didn't seem to pick up again until the end when they solve the mystery. It also seemed like there was too much of a mix of material that bores adults and would entertain young teens, and material that only adults would understand. If you are really in to basketball, I would reccomend giving this book a try. Also if you are in to mysteries, this book is perfect for you. It really appeals to both sides and mixes them together well. I have not read any other works by John Feinstein, but there are for sure some more out there like "Last Dance" and "Caddy For Life" that are true stories unlike this book. I give this book three starts because although it apeeled to me at first because of its topic, it really lived up to the Final Four "buzzer beater" because it really didn't get too suspensful until the very end.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2011

    Good

    Favorite book ever

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2011

    This is a great book!

    I can't believe what some of these reviews say! This is one of my favorite books. If you are a boy or girl you will like this book as long as you have some interest in basketball. By the way the guy who said to stick to Mike Lupica books are better is total wrong Mike Lupica is horrible, John Feinstein books are WAY more exciting!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2006

    awesomee

    i love it

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2009

    Last Shot

    In this thrilling, sports related story John Feinstein uses many cliffhangers to write about Stevie Thomas who travels to New Orleans as a result of winning the USBWA writing competition. Then, when he gets there him and the other competition winner, Susan Carol, finally meet each other for the first time.. Wearing press passes around their necks Steve couldn't be happier. Until he and Susan Carol are nosing around in the Superdome and overhear Minnesota State's star player, Chip Graber, being told he has to throw the championship game. It is up to Stevie and Susan Carol to find out the mystery of the Final Four and to stop the blackmailers.

    This book is a great choice for children that are ages 9-13. This amazing story gives you a behind the scenes look at the way reporters work as well as a page turning story about the Final Four and all the work that goes into making a quality story, that makes the newspapers, possible. This book puts a brand new perspective on the way you look at collage basketball and all the coaches and staff that are on the team.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 26, 2009

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    Missed shot?

    Probably best aimed at a young teen. Far-fetched and increasingly "out there". But overall story was OK if you can put adult knowledge of reality aside. Every adult in the story is a buffoon and easily duped. And too much Duke-love poured in.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2005

    This was a terrific book!!

    'Last Shot' was a very good book. It's about a boy named Stevie Thomas, who wins a writing contest to go to New Orleans with a press pass to interview all the players at the NCAA Final Four! It's Stevie's dream! That dream turns to a harsh reality when Stevie and his co-winner, Susan Carol Andersen, overhear Chip Graber, the start point guard for MSU, being blackmailed into throwing the championship game! This was definitely a thrilling book. You couldn't predict who did it! By chapter 17, I was so confused. They left you hanging and had a terrific ending! This book deserves 5 stars!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2013

    thiz book

    I like it very good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2013

    H

    3 words: 4th best book EVER behind: coverup by feistein rush for gold also by feistein and the watsons go to birimingham-1963 i love feistein new fav author
    #<3feisteinandboston
    #bostonstrong

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2013

    The last shot is an exhilarating novel which keeps you at the ed

    The last shot is an exhilarating novel which keeps you at the edge of your seat form chapter one. This is a sports book made especially for teens who love sports and are die hard for college basketball. I happen to be both a teen and a sport fanatic and i enjoyed all the real life characters and events displayed in the book. The Last Shot takes place in March Madness, which is the most prestigious college basketball tournament. The main characters Susan Carol and and Stevie are excellent writers who were selected to be journalists at this tournament. What they don't know is that they are in for more than just journalism. I loved the Last Shot from start to finish, and I will continue to read other books from the genius of John Feinstein   

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    This book stinks

    Last shot by john feinestien is a good book. But the setting is very dull and there is very little suspence

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    The Last Shot, by John Feinstein is immediately enticing with it

    The Last Shot, by John Feinstein is immediately enticing with its fast paced and twisted plotline following two young reporters caught up in what is truly a “Final Four Mystery”. Main character Stevie Thomas is an interesting depiction of a young reporter who has found his true passion in the game of basketball. Susan Carol Anderson the other youth reporter, is the perfect complement to Stevie’s bitter and often stubborn attitude, as Susan Carol conducts herself in a mature and responsible fashion. The book is written in pretty simple and easy to read language and dialogue making Last Shot a perfect book for young readers and a quick read for those more experienced readers. Whether you’re a basketball fan or just someone looking for a good book John Feinstein’s Last Shot will not disappoint.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    Last shot

    This book is amazing!!!! This book has related to one of my favorite basketball teams, The Tarheel. I give this book 5 stars I really did like this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2012

    ?

    Sounds kinda boring

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2012

    Great

    I like it alot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2012

    Sucks

    A TERRIBLE BOOK

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2011

    Im gonna

    Im gonna buy it i guess

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