Last Shot

November 27, 2011

Realistic Fiction
By John Feinstein
Reviewed by V Darpino
4.5 out of 5 stars

Steven Thomas was just a young teenager that dreamed of being a reporter, and for a weekend his dream was made into a reality. He submitted a letter to an editor for a contest and won a trip to the final four basketball tournament. He and another lucky girl, Susan Carol, got to go to New Orleans to watch this basketball weekend. As the two were fulfilling their dreams of becoming a reporter, they overheard something that will spark their investigative instinct. They overheard the star point guard for MSU, Chip Graber, being forced to throw the championship game or something will happen. Is he being blackmailed? They must find out who said it and why he said it. They are pretty sure they know who said it but they have to make sure so they will dig deeper and deeper. The two characters face something more intense than they ever have in their lives before. Will they figure out the problem or will a game be lost because of blackmail?

I gave this book 4.5 stars out of 5. This book is one of the better books I have read and would recommend it to anyone looking for an intense high paced book. I love how John Feinstein turns words into pictures with his writing. Every word has an image to it and keeps you guessing every sentence.

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One Response to “ Last Shot ”

  1. K. Oliver on November 28, 2011 at 6:13 am

    Nice job.
    I might read this book now….

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