Everyone Dies In The End

Everyone Dies In The End

by Brian Katcher


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ISBN-13: 9780615710174
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 03/15/2014
Pages: 266
Sales rank: 838,678
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

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Everyone Dies in the End 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SherylJ More than 1 year ago
When you pick up a book and start reading, you begin with certain expectations of where the story is going. Sometimes you run across one that by FAR exceeds your expectations. Everyone Dies In The End not only exceeded my expectations, it took them on a wild roller coaster ride with so many twists and turns that I was reluctant to put this book down until I finished it. Even though the main character is 17 years old, and this book is classified as Young Adult fare, it has serious appeal to anyone who likes a well written dark mystery- with a little romance and humor on the side. Sherman ‘what were my parents thinking’ Andrews may be young, but he knows exactly where he wants his life to go. He’s getting a head start on college by attending a summer program at the University of Missouri Columbia. His focus- journalism. He’s determined to write a history of the sociology department, even though the head of the journalism department only wants fluff pieces about local business owners and former alumni. His determination leads him to a mystery that goes back decades- or longer. It also leads him to friendships with people he would ordinarily have avoided like the plague ( one is a patient in a mental hospital) and a romance with a young woman who is much more than he bargained for- in more ways than one. The story he uncovers involves a strange cult, a possibly undead villain, and an old photograph of 4 men who stumbled upon the same thing about 70 years earlier and tried to put a stop to it. We’re also introduced to these men from the past and their stories by way of well- placed flashbacks. Sherman and his friends end up falling way deeper into this rabbit hole than they could ever have imagined. And the author makes sure that they take the reader down that hole right alongside them.