Last Call

Last Call

by Morgan Burke

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ISBN-13: 9781439120699
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Publication date: 06/30/2008
Series: Party Room , #3
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 16 - 18 Years

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Last Call 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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kiana_wright More than 1 year ago
Let me just say that i hate books like this. I do not like stories that include death or mystery. But, this book was so interesting. After the first book i just had to get my hands on the second one. Every page was a surprise. The whole book was thrilling, which i usually hate. I am going crazy looking for the third book, but i can not find it. I chose to do a report for my high school on all three books in one essay, and re-draw the cover or a game board. I recommend this book to anyone. Through out the whole book, no parts are boring. I finsh each book in one day. There aren't any too hard of vocabulary words, when you read you just breeze by. I was so mad when a freind of mine told me " oh you know the bartender scotty was killing people". I wanted to find out on my own. which made me want the third book even more. When i read the first book i thought scotty was the killer, then something changed my mind. After the second book i thought, hands down, that kyle was the killer and he just been lying to kristen all along. Okay, some shocking moments for me were reading that kristen kissed leslie, kyle kissed kristen and brian kissed kristen. I thought brian would end up being kristen's girlfriend, and then kyle would get mad because he likes her, so then bradon would end up killing brian. But i guess not. Overall Morgan Burke is a genious and i love her, she has a greate mind and i would be more than glad to read any book of her's that she has written. By: Kiana Latrice Wright
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Guest More than 1 year ago
the party room series is outstanding and so is the last call. you should definently read it. I loove this Series
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's Been a long time since i've read this Book. But i'll try to remember most of it. Okay, The Party Room( Last call) is the last book of the series. And its about a girl named Kirsten, anyway her friend has been killed. And everyone thought it was a kid named Kyle. He was a convicted fellen because his old girlfriend was killed to. And thats what we learn in the book. But Kyle is Killed. And Kirsten is in college and she was supposed to room with 2 other girls. But when she comes a Man is in there. He traded her other roommate because he was Kyle's brother. But Kirsten doesnt know that yet. Anyways, Kirsten's other roommate had a bad back and Kirsten went out with her friend and then her roommate was killed. And really they tried to kill Kirsten but they had no clue. Now I'm going to skip a few chapters. And Kirsten thought the killers name was Jones but it turned out that Jones was a cop, and that he was a drug buster. I honestly can't remember the bartenders name but his sister was killed by 'Kyle' and his friends before he was convicted. So if you kind of get where I'm going. The bartender is the one who killed Kyle's girlfriend because Kyle's friends ran his sister over and then left Kyle there with her. And he wanted to get back at him. But Now 'Kyle' was at the new place and The bartender killed everyone he was involved with. And he tried to kill Kirsten, because she was in love with kyle. But the truth all came out at the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not going to tell you! You'll have to read it to find out. Let's just say that I had added this person to my List Of Suspects in the middle of After Hours, but it was still a surprise and kinda sad. Anyway, this book isn't as good as Get It Started but better than After Hours. The original Party Room, Get It Started, was the best by far. Still this book is a satisfying conclusion, even if you can't really tell whether or n ot Chloe's death was a suicide or a murder. Also, why do they all have to be so mean to each other????