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The Last Harvest I Plead The Blood Those Were The Last Words Seventeen Year Old Golden Boy Quarterback Clay Tate Heard Rattling From His Dad S Throat When He Discovered Him Dying On The Barn Floor Of The Neely Cattle Ranch, Clutching A Crucifix To His Chest Now, On The First Anniversary Of The Midland, Oklahoma Slaughter, The Whole Town S Looking At Clay Like He Might Be Next To Go Over The Edge Clay Wants To Forget The Past, But The Sons And Daughters Of The Preservation Society A Group Of Prominent Farmers His Dad Accused Of Devil Worship Won T Leave Him Alone Including Ali, His Longtime Crush, Who Suddenly Wants To Reignite Their Romance After A Year Of Silence, And Hated Rival Tyler Neely, Who S Behaving Like They Re Old Friends Even As Clay Tries To Reassure Himself, Creepy Glances Turn To Sinister Stares And Strange Coincidences Build To Gruesome Rituals But When He Can Never Prove That Any Of It Happened, Clay Worries He Might Be Following His Dad Down The Path To Insanityor That Something Far Terrifying Lies In Wait Around The Corner.

10 thoughts on “The Last Harvest

  1. says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Kim Liggett sure doesn t mess around That was my first thought after finishing The Last Harvest, but only once I was recovered from feeling like I was thrown off a bridge thanks to that ending This book might be published under a Young Adult imprint, but when it comes to delivering horror, it s the real deal no kid gloves here To give fair warning, I would probably place this on the older teen spectrum, and if y 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Kim Liggett sure doesn t me...

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    You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Here s two things you probably need to know about Kim Liggett 1 She writes about really creepy shit going down in large, ominous crop settings and 2 She does a damn good job of it.Instead of trying to review a book with a ton of potential to spoil stuff, I am going to ask myself questions about it and then answer them for you See, horror and I don t always mix I want to like them You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Here s two things you probably need to know about Kim Liggett 1 She writes about really creepy shit going down in large, ominous crop settings and 2 She does a damn good job of it.Instead of trying to review a book with a ton of potential to spoil stuff, I am going to ask myself questions about it and then answer them for you See, horror and I don t always mix I want to like them, but I feel like there is a fine line, probablyso than in any other genre, that can make a book go from ...

  3. says:

    World, get ready for this book.

  4. says:

    The nitty gritty The devil, teens and wheat fields collide in Liggett s latest terrifying story.Once again, Kim Liggett tackles the irresistible combination of teenagers and horror In her debut Blood and Salt, she set her story in the corn fields This time the story revolves around wheat fields OK Kim what s up with the crop stories and involves an age old evil that is infiltrating a small Oklahoma town While I enjoyed Kim s first book, I can definitely see that she s grown as a writer, The nitty gritty The devil, teens and wheat fields collide in Liggett s latest terrifying story.Once again, Kim Liggett tackles the irresistible combination of teenagers and horror In her debut Blood and Salt, she set her story in the corn fields This time the story revolves around wheat fields OK Kim what s up with the crop stories and involves an age old evil that is ...

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    This reads so much like a 90 s slasher movie it s worth pulling out the popcorn and turning the lights off It s good fun, does not take itself too seriously and invokes a lot of those Exorcist feels A lot of this will be new and fresh for the younger audience it s aimed at and with a dash of sex, some high school football and a bit of drug use, it certainly ticks some of the traditional genre specific boxes as well as some new ones.Last Harvest starts with a few mysteries a year after a major This reads so much like a 90 s slasher movie it s worth pulling out the popcorn and turning the lights off It s good fun, does not take itself too seriously and invokes a lot of those Exorcist feels A lot of this will be new and fresh for the younger audience it s aimed at and with a dash of sex, some high school football and a bit of drug use, it certainly ticks some of the traditional genre specific boxes as well as some new ones.Last Harvest starts with a few mysteries a year after a major and bloody event involving Clay Tate It s left to us to guess what exactly his father did that now makes Clay and his remaining family pariah s in the community, what Clay did at the football game a ...

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    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty Suspense filled young adult horror novel that is equally creepy and terrifying.Opening Sentence People call this God s country, but you can t have God without the Devil.The Review Kim Liggett s The Last Harvest is a young adult horror novel that kept me in suspense from beginning to end There are some terrifying and creepy events that happen within the book but it wasn t until the end that I was truly creeped out I spent most of the novel Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty Suspense filled young adult horror novel that is equally creepy and terrifying.Opening Sentence People call this God s country, but you can t have God without the Devil.The Review Kim Liggett s The Last Harvest is a young adult horror novel that kept me in suspense from beginning to end There are some terrifying and creepy events that happen within the book but it wasn t until the end that I was truly creeped out I spent most of the novel trying to figure out what was real or what was imaginary in which the ending did truly surprise me in that regard The only unfortunate was the twist, I kind of saw that coming.This novel did slightly feel like Friday Night Lights and Ro...

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    Release Date January 10, 2017 Genre Young Adult HorrorThe Last Harvest falls well within the young adult horror genre and incorporates vivid evil that is sure to give readers goosebumps Having enjoyed the authors debut novel, Blood and Salt, I was very much looking forward to reading this one Unfortunately, it didn t necessarily hit me in the gut like her former book, bu...

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    The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett is described as Friday Night Lights meets Rosemary s Baby and because of that, I was immediately intrigued After reading, I have to say it leanstoward Rosemary s Baby and the only tie to Friday Night Lights I could see was that the main character was at one time the popular quarterback Even with that in mind the story that Liggett created was an interesting one.Clay is the main character and he has been dealing with a lot since his father died a year ago The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett is described as Friday Night Lights meets Rosemary s Baby and because of that, I was immediately intrigued After reading, I have to say it leanstoward Rosemary s Baby and the only tie to Friday Night Lights I could see was that the main character was at one time the popular quarterback Even with that in mind the story that Liggett created was an interesting one.Clay is the main char...

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    I got to read some early pages of The Last Harvest at a workshop with the author, and I am hooked Clay is a character you want to follow, and I m so curious to learnabout what is going on in his creepy Oklahoma town The writing really draws you in, and the mystery is nicely laid out...

  10. says:

    ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME COULD A BOOK BE MORE TAILOR MADE FOR ME

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