The Lake
ISBN: 0593124979
EAN13: 9780593124970
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 2, 2021
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 0.81" H x 8.19" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.683433 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Ending saved this book
The book is meant for a younger audience. The characters are 18 year olds. The main girl didn't come out and tell anyone who the stalker was, but again, she's young and dumb and scared, and I get it. It took me a while to get into the book because the beginning chapters are about setting up a camp and I feel like some of the information was unnecessary. One of the things in the book was obvious, so I ignored it, even though I thought it had to be done to make us believe we knew. It was the ending. The ending was very good. The last page and a half was genius. The book was saved for me by that.
 
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   If you’re older, don’t bother
This one doesn't impress for the feeling of suspense. The Lake left me wanting nothing more than for it to be over, even though I usually enjoy the books byNatasha Preston. It was a sad horror movie and was sent out. The writing is not good. The books are written so childishly that I felt like I could have spent the same amount of time watching a horror movie on MTV and it would have the same effect.
 
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   Teen Mystery/Thriller on the lake at summer camp!
This is the first book I' ve read, but I have several others on my shelves. The Lake kept me on my toes. Teens returning to summer camp with unshared secrets was a concept that I liked. The development of minor characters and their relationships with the main group might be something I would have liked more. I can not wait to read The Twin again. Thanks to NetGalley for the chance to see the book. I had a great time on the escape.
 
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   THIS BOOK IS DRIVING ME CRAZY
There areSPOILERS! It starts off great, but at the end of the day, everyone on the side died from being hit by a PLOT TWIST. That chapter wasn't very enjoyable. The Lake was a good book. It broke my heart when I heard of the deaths of Rebekah, Olly, and Jake, and I wonder if Lillian would have spared one of them for a happy ending. I need The Lake 2 asap.
 
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   Messed up printing.
Absolutely love him. I got to page 90 and my next page was 123. The pages were in order 123- 154 before jumping back to 123. There was an extra set of pages 123-154 and no pages 91-122. It was a super upset. When I ordered this from Amazon in July 2020, I was expecting it to be released in a few days, but I had to wait another week to get a new copy. What I was reading was really good.
 
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   'BUT WHAT HAPPENS NEXT??' is Natasha's signature. The Lake doesn't disappoint.
I absolutely love her. I couldn't wait to read this book. I liked the idea of the book as a whole. It wasn't one of my favorites for me. I was dying to know the secret of the book's strong beginning. It took a long time to figure out. There were pieces here and there that fit. The middle of the book had a lull and I wish the secret was a bit more. I liked how everything came together. The characters were likable, and I enjoyed having their secrets untangled. She leaves the end of her books with a huge ' but what happens next?' She didn't let this one go to waste. The ending seemed to have a few plot holes that could be poked, but overall I liked how everything was set up and how it ended. Thank you to NetGalley and Delacorte Press for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
 
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