I Know What You Did Last Summer

I Know What You Did Last Summer By Lois Duncan, I Know What You Did Last Summer One evening last summer a young boy was run over and killed by accident and the four young people responsible say nothing But someone does know what happened that night and is intent on getting reveng
  • Title: I Know What You Did Last Summer
  • Author: Lois Duncan
  • ISBN: 9781907410604
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • I Know What You Did Last Summer By Lois Duncan, One evening last summer a young boy was run over and killed by accident and the four young people responsible say nothing But someone does know what happened that night and is intent on getting revenge on them all.
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    1. Lois Duncan

      Lois Duncan born Lois Duncan Steinmetz was an American writer and novelist, known primarily for her books for children and young adults, in particular and some times controversially considering her young readership crime thrillers Duncan s parents were the noted magazine photographers Lois Steinmetz and Joseph Janney Steinmetz She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Sarasota, Florida Duncan started writing and submitting manuscripts to magazines at the age of ten, and when she was thirteen succeeded in selling her first story.Duncan attended Duke University from 1952 to 1953 but dropped out, married, and started a family During this time, she continued to write and publish magazine articles over the course of her career, she has published than 300 articles, in magazines such as Ladies Home Journal, Redbook, McCall s, Good Housekeeping, and Reader s Digest After her first marriage, which produced three children, ended in divorce, Duncan moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to teach journalism at the University of New Mexico, where she also earned a BA in English in 1977 In 1965 she married Don Arquette, and had two children with him.Duncan was best known for her novels of suspense for teenagers Some of her works have been adapted for the screen, the most famous example being the 1997 film I Know What You Did Last Summer, adapted from her novel of the same title Other made for TV movies include Stranger with My Face, Killing Mr Griffin, Don t Look Behind You, Summer of Fear and Gallows Hill.In 1989 the youngest of Duncan s children, Kaitlyn Arquette, was murdered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, under suspicious circumstances Who Killed My Daughter relates the facts and conjecture about the still unsolved case Duncan s second book about her daughter s murder, ONE TO THE WOLVES ON THE TRAIL OF A KILLER, picks up where the first book leaves off and contains all the new information Kait s family has uncovered from private investigation The 1971 children s book Hotel for Dogs was released as a theatrical movie in 2009, starring Emma Roberts That book has now been republished by along with two sequels, News for Dogs 2009 and Movie for Dogs 2010.Duncan s Gothic suspense novel, DOWN A DARK HALL, is being filmed for the Big Screen and will probably be released in 2016.Follow Lois on Twitter twitter duncanauthorfacebook profilep ikaitarquettequettes

    231 thoughts on “I Know What You Did Last Summer”

    1. Before it was a 90s slasher movie, I Know What You Did Last Summer was actually a novel by Lois Duncan and believe it or not, a very good one Published in 1973 and revised by the author in 2010, I had superficial issues with her decision to rebrand everything from fashion to geopolitics to telephones for the Young Adult reader of today a decision that felt financial as opposed to creative but where it matters, the book generates a terrific amount of suspense and delivers a satisfying payoff with [...]

    2. Find all of my reviews at 52bookminimum 3.5 StarsWelcome to I decided to take a break from my usual selections And read listen to this oldie but goodie to celebrate my favorite time of year Spoiler Alert He s really going to murder her for being a basic white bitch After having a pretty meh time with Killing Mr Griffin during Banned Book Week, I set my expectations super low before starting this one Imagine my delight when I ended up really enjoying it The basic premise was the same group of dr [...]

    3. Okay guys, I read this book when I was in fourth grade when the movie came out so my recollection will be a little bit foggy Just go with me on this, okay view spoiler Yes, I was 9 when I read this Can you believe that Accelerated Reader didn t even give a quiz for this back in the day Pfft hide spoiler So the plot of this story centers on Julie James view spoiler I knew a girl with the same name in high school who snitched on her whole science class about cheating on some exam and found herself [...]

    4. Not the greatest film in the world and even worse of a book I Know What You Did Last Summer is so cheesy and predictable that it seems almost on purpose The characters are ridiculous caricatures of typical teens and they acted completely ridiculous at the best of times.

    5. I read this novel in one sitting It wasn t the most enjoyable book I have read, but it wasn t unexciting either I would have probably enjoyed this novel way if I had read it when I was about 13 years old The concept and plot of the book grabbed my attention which is why I decided to read it Also, the length of the book was ideal, just in case if I didn t enjoy it I wouldn t have wasted too much time on it It was quite entertaining, but it lacked suspense for me At first I found it to be captiva [...]

    6. 3.5 stars As plenty of you, I know this movie since I think it is one of the most representatives from the 90 s and one of my favorites may I say, since it has an iconic cast and I found it fun and suspenseful as well Sadly, if you are looking to see the movie turning into a book you will be wrong As me and here are my thoughts Plot Development This book tells us the story of four teenagers who are involved in an accident, that ends up wrong since it turns for them to kill someone Months later, [...]

    7. WARNING THIS WARNING CONTAINS A SPOILER THAT THIS BOOK WAS MADE INTO A MOVIE Hopefully you didn t just read that For those of you who were smart enough to skip that spoiler you can now read in confidence knowing that you will not be told that the book was made into a movie You will live in happy naivety thinking that the book is a self contained form of media in which this narrative lives Unfortunately, you will be wrong.Since I have neither read the book, nor seen the movie I can safely say tha [...]

    8. Four kids drive home after a high school party, everyone including the driver a bit intoxicated and tipsy Then happens what always happens in such situations an accident on a dark road They knocked over a young boy, riding with his bicycle For fear of the police they don t administer first aid but instead do a hit and run.One year later they ve almost forgotten the incident they re reminded of it via mysterious letters Someone outside of their circle seems to know their dark secret Lois Duncan w [...]

    9. Wow I remember loving this book as a 7th grader Oh, how my tastes have changed It was so bad Nothing happens boring, boring, boring The only interesting part is what everyone already knows about the story.

    10. I loved this guilty pleasure read I thought it was different from the movie,but then again I couldn t really remember the movie I think I was just in the mood for some mystery and silly suspense.

    11. I Know What You Did Last Summer is about these 4 teenagers named Barry, Julie, Ray and Helen had all coped with one little secret they had tragically kept for their whole summer As things began to clear up, Julie recieves a threatning message Immediately, Julie knew that someone has figured out her secret, a deadly secret Julie and her friends undergo obstacles to find the messenger and put a end to their nightmares They need to outsmart the killer before all of them dies before they even know i [...]

    12. I was not at all impressed with this book The movie was cheesy, but fun, but the book was just silly For one thing, none of the characters were likable they just seemed like stereotypes of the different cliques we all knew in high school the beauty, the jock, the brain, and the nice guy The four main characters were out partying and driving too fast, when a little boy on a bike suddenly appeared in the road ahead of them They hit the boy, and kept right on driving to save their own necks One yea [...]

    13. Yes, I saw the movie before I read the book, but I knew who Lois Duncan was, as I d already read Daughters Of Eve and Killing Mr Griffin and loved them I really enjoyed this one too I understand Lois Duncan was very upset at the movie version but what was she expecting view spoiler In the book, two characters turn out to be the same person, but there s no way to translate that to film I enjoyed the movie as a throwback to 80s style horror, and the Sarah Michelle Gellar chase scene is a ripper Th [...]

    14. It s been a year since Julie, Ray, Barry, and Helen accidentally killed a young boy They ran over him in the dead of night and left him for dead, swearing never to speak of the incident again But someone knows Someone, who is now sending the four teens threatening messages Lois Duncan had been writing thrillers and horror stories since the mid 60s, but I Know What You Did Last Summer and the 1997 film adaptation shined the spotlight on her work and had teens passing her books around twenty five [...]

    15. I slogged through this disaster because of its short audio version Just horrible excruciating and outdated The bad guy was so obvious, I was sure it was a red herring And they tried to update it for modern audiences by throwing in some cell phones always on chargers or left behind , CD players , a GPS and swapping out Vietnam for Iraq So seriously, nauseatingly terrible.

    16. Not much to say to be honest, I think I may prefer her later books when I read them I originally thought the book was from the late 80 s, so when it was said Bud was an older guy who went to Vietnam, I was like Daaaaamn, how much older

    17. If I were to describe Lois Duncan s writing style after reading only this book, I might say she s something like Robert Cormier, only much softer around the edges The dangers to her characters don t feel as intense or physically sickening, stress building until the immediacy of the coming crisis sits as heavy in the reader s stomach as if it were actually happening to him or her Though the plot of I Know What You Did Last Summer is, at least on paper, similar to a few Cormier novels, Lois Duncan [...]

    18. I was disappointed that changes were made to make this book modern Trying to update this book with mentions of email, texting, and the Iraq war instead of Vietnam really didn t work The world view, etc is too deeply seventies It would have been fun to read the original.

    19. So my group on started the Blind Date Challenge again, and my partner and I picked this book I was really interesting in this one, I heard a lot about the book and the movie, so I was curious if it was really as good as everyone said.Sadly, it was not It started off pretty good though, and I was really exited to read the book The changing POVs were done really well every chapter we had a different character , and the story was interesting However as the book progressed I started to dislike most [...]

    20. As with many of you, I watched the movie I Know What You Did Last Summer many years ago and didn t realise it was actually based on a novel I say based loosely as the film doesn t really have much to do with the book whereas the film is much in the horror genre, the book is just a light thriller.It was originally written in 1973 but I read the newly revised edition published by Atom I m not fond of revised books I much prefer to read the original version, I don t like the idea of an author goin [...]

    21. In I know what you did last summer, the four main characters, Ray, Barry, Helen, Julie find themselves in a rather horrifying accident The four college kids are driving late at night and they accidentally hit a young boy, who was crossing the street at that time A year later, unexplainable murders begin to take place, this eventually takes a huge toll on them physiologically and one by one they become partly insane I think Lois Duncan did a good job of setting up a suspenseful storyline especial [...]

    22. English 425 Submitter s name Mark PlaugherBook Bank Book Bank subject Power PlayerReference information Title I Know What You Did Last Summer Author Lois DuncanPublisher Little, Brown and Company Year 1973 of pages 199 Genre Fiction NovelReading level Interest level Middle School studentsPotential hot lava Nothing out of the ordinaryGeneral response reaction I had seen the movie before I had read the book so I knew somewhat what the story was about The book however, was different by far from the [...]

    23. My mother recommended this book to me She s not a reader, but she did remember that she read this in Junior High and that she liked it I read it because now it s something that we have in common The feel of this book reminded me instantly of Richard Peck s Are You in the House Alone mixed with a teenaged version of Agatha Christie s And Then There Were None There are differences as well It isn t exactly how I just described it, but all three have the anonymous threatening letters involved and a [...]

    24. I ve found that I love Lois Duncan s writing style, her stories, and her hidden layers, but this one fell a bit short It s ironic since out of the stories I ve read of hers, this is inferior, but it s the most popular because of the movie.The film, by the way, is much different We don t get a hand hook killer tracking down the teenagers Here it s a mini mystery The ending is rather simple and cheesy Backstory is depressing, you feel for the victim and the consequences I liked the main character [...]

    25. This book is about some teenagers that went camping but the bad thing that happened when they were coming back home for their trip, there was a little boy on a bike who drove on the road And the kids were drunk when they were driving so they didnt see him So the teenagers hit the little boy on the bike, and they did kill that little boy They made a pact to never tell anyone about it or ever bring it up again It was working to, until this one little note that changed their lives forever.On this n [...]

    26. I first picked up this book because it was on sale in the nook book store I knew of the movie and thought I d see if the book was any good Let me preface the rest of this review by saying I almost refused to finish it Perhaps it s that I m no longer the young adult demographic that this is written for although I enjoyed The Hunger Games so YA fiction is not totally lost on me but I thought this was some of the worst writing I have ever had the displeasure of coming across For a book that claims [...]

    27. I Know What You Did Last Summer is set in a small seaside village The four main characters, Julie, Barry, Helen , and Ray, are teenage friends who get into trouble on the fourth of July after their senior year The group is driving down a winding road when they hit and kill a man who is standing in the road The teenagers decide that the best way to avoid getting into trouble for the incident is to dump the body in the nearby ocean Just as the group drops the body into the water the eyes snap open [...]

    28. Lois Duncan s I Know What You Did Last Summer was a nonstop thrill ride From the first chapter to the last, I was captivated by the chilling story involving a group of teens who accidentally killed a boy.This book was about four teens that were partying one night and hit a young boy They were drinking and decided to keep the whole incident a secret, until they begin to get threatening messages form an anonymous person They went their separate ways after the accident, but now they must unite to s [...]

    29. So this is an example in which the movie is better than the book Like WAY better I added this to my book club list because I Know What You Did Last Summer is one of my favorite horror movies I just love the cast, and the story, and it s just SO good and a forever favorite I thought that the book would be just as good, but in my opinion, it SO wasn t.Maybe it s the fact that it was written so long ago I do think that things that were really scary back in the day probably aren t as scary now And t [...]

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