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I really liked Natasha Preston's "The Cellar" but this book was just an o. k read. Neither the murder mystery, the characters, or even the romance angle made this very memorable. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley. “Theyre dead. Theyre dead! No, no, no, no! ” This was a YA mystery story, in which 2 teens were murdered in a cabin in the woods. Mackenzie was an okay character, and I could understand why she didnt want to believe that one of her friends was capable of murder. She did stand up and try and find the murderer herself though, even if she did put herself in danger... “If you dont trust anyone, then no one can screw you over. Youre going to find that out the hard way, ” Could this be one of the worst books I've ever read? Yes, yes I think it may be in that slim pile of books that managed to offend and anger me just about every step of the way. RANT REVIEW incoming because oh boy, this one was a doozy. Mild spoilers ahead. TRIGGER WARNINGS: Slut Shaming (mostly unchallenged) Sexism (unchallenged) Sexual Assault (Not only unchallenged but is never called... DNF at 40% I loved the premise of this and was so eager to get to it. Sadly I was annoyed by the characters right from the beginning. Mackenzie could be a decent MC. She's loyal and positive and actively tries to see the good side to things. She is also wildly dramatic and her inner monologue was a hot mess. There are several other characters, but in the amount I read, none of them stood out to me. The idea of waking up to a murder in a locked house is 1000% up my alley. To be completely honest, as... 2. 5 stars This review is a little blah because there's not much to say about this book. The Cabin wasn't anything special. It didn't add anything new. The characters weren't particularly intriguing, and the murder motive was less than believable. The premise sounded a lot more exciting than the execution turned out to be. Nevertheless, it was still a quick read, and I truly believe the author when she says it was fun to write. I kept reading because I wanted to know who'd done the killing and... No. Just No. [image error] This book is all about teenagers drinking, killing people, doing drugs, and killing people. and then after all of that drinking some more, having sex, wasting breath and brain cells having absolutely thoughtless conversations, drinking some more. and then expecting there to be no consequences. I HATED this book. I hated what it portrayed. I loathed what it represented. I DESPISE what it is trying to push to the recommended age of 14. DON'T Drink! Don't Do... OH. MY. GOD. All Im going to say is I love natashas work and I cannot stand this ending. It literally ripped my heart out of my chest and feels like someone stomped on me This book. Wow I can't even describe it. So amazing and beautiful. I loved it so much. “The Cabin” was a solid four-star thriller up until the very end. That doesnt stop it from being enjoyable in a B horror movie sort of way. The characters are the stereotypical mix that you come to expect from horror movies and fun, fast reading thrillers. There were some plot surprises and enough creepy things to give you some chills. Just. The ending. I cant quite forgive that one. Overall, “The Cabin” is a fun read for the Halloween season or any other time youre feeling like a fun and... A weekend with friends turns deadly! 4. 5 stars... 3. 5 surprising stars for this little gem! I don't know what it was about this novel but I went in with very low expectations thinking it would be more of a ya level low thrills type of Reed. I was pleasantly surprised! There were two twists at the end that I one saw coming the second one did not see coming at all which added to my enjoyment. I would give this one a shot if you enjoy mysteries and suspense I think you'll be pleasantly surprised! I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review * I loved the description of this on NetGalley. It reminded me of a Christopher Pike book I loved when I was a teen, so I was ready for a good murder mystery. Before I was 10% in I was pretty fed up already. The whole book is a mess of showing rather than telling, especially for personality traits. Mackenzie constantly tells us her friend is over protective, or prone to rage etc, and nothing about them is ever shown. It really... Release Date: September 6, 2016 Genre: Young Adult Thriller/Suspense: 3. 5 Pretty Little Stars: This was a good book. Nothing spectacular, but still interesting none the less. I found the plot to be a bit unbelievable and the characters were hard to connect with but the story is extremely fast paced and super mysterious. When I first saw that Natasha Preston was writing another book I knew I had to grab a copy because I really liked the Cellar. But this one fell a bit flat. I think it's... The book started off being a typical love story and you think you know how the story will play out. But keep reading because soon after you think you know whats going to happen, two people are murdered in the cabin. It kept me wondering who killed them the entire book (and usually im able figure out it out ahead of time) and i think that has to do with detective. The detective put in my head a motive for everyone which was very smart of the author because it kept me guessing. And damn that last... I read the reviews on this book before I picked it up but I shrugged them off because I've read a handful of Miss Preston's other works and enjoyed them. However, this book drove me crazy. The instalove was terrible and distracting. Rather than being concerned about finding her best friend's killer, the main character kept fantasizing about a guy she had just met the night her friend died. She kept making terrible choices and several times, I wished I could've shaken some sense into her. Although... A locked cabin. A group of friends who have known each other for years. A no-parents weekend. Two dead bodies. This has all the hallmarks of an outstanding murder mystery. Unfortunately, the execution is weak, the characters are even weaker, and the ending…well, the ending is one of the lowest points of the entire novel. The main problems lie with the narrative flow as well as with the lack of character development. The story itself is choppy. Told through the first-person narrator, you expect... Oh an absolute disaster of a book. This may sound harsh, but I've read better stories from my 7th graders. The first major problem is the absolute outrageous plot and each event seems more impossible and unbelievable. One minute the protagonist is upset by the dead bodies of her friends and then the next she is head over heels in love. The ending is so predictable and the protagonist does very little to even uncover who is the true murderer. I loved Preston's book, The Cellar. DNF @ 30% i just cannot just through this book im extremely bored and the characters are annoying me oh well... Did I pick this book up earlier this evening because I knew it would be a quick read and I was falling behind on my reading goals? Yeah, you got me. I purchased The Cabin a few months ago, actually while I was grocery shopping with my mother. At the time I didn't realize it had orginially been a Wattpad story. Oh boy, I can't even begin to tell you the countless number of hours I spent on that app when I first discovered it. It definitley felt like a Wattpad story to me. I don't know if you know... Natasha Prestons latest entry has the hallmarks of a locked-room mystery. Seven high-school graduates embark on a debaucherous weekend to a secluded cabin and wake up to find two of their friends dead, stabbed to death on the kitchen floor. With no signs of forced entry, suspicion turns to the five survivors. As Mackenzie Keaton, the arguably endearing protagonist, resolves to clear her name and those of her cohorts, she soon discovers that none of her friends are above reproach—except, of... After reading Natasha Preston's book The Cellar, I knew I wanted to read this book as I loved the way she had a suspense and thriller feel to her stories. If you remember years ago the book series Point of Horror that brought us authors like Lois Duncan, R. L Stine, Todd Strasser and Christopher Pike. In The Cabin, we have a group of friends who over the past couple of years had a tragedy happen to them which resulted in the death of two of their best friends. This caused a strain in their... Book Review originally published here. The Cabin was… Well, a dissapointment doesnt even begin to cover it. This book is filled with nopes, no, not in a thousand years. We get situations like teenage drinking (which Im okay with – here in Europe drinking beer is legal from age sixteen and up – but these teens drink randomly and for no reason. We also get random drugs, random just about everything. And then we get murder. Random murder too, if you ask me... I've been trying to think of something to say about this book for at least 5 minutes now and I honestly don't know what to say. First of all, I loved how everyone had motives and I thought everyone was guilty, even though it was immensely frustrating. Preston shocked me with every new piece of information I was given. Even at the end, I was still surprised by the turn of events. This book grabbed me immediately and kept my attention until the very end. Even as someone who isn't a fan of... I was so looking forward to reading this book. A weekend cabin trip, two dead bodies, and a killer on the loose; sounds like good bones for a good read, right? Sadly, page after page I became more let down and disinterested. I can't pinpoint exactly what caused me to be so turned off by this book. Maybe it was the character thoughts that seemed jumbled and almost too non-fiction? As if those lines didn't seem like the words people would actually say in that kind of situation. It just didn't make... I really dont understand the low ratings for this book. I stopped reading mystery books because I kept figuring out the ending before I finished the book, but not with The Cabin. I really thought I knew who the killer was but the ending I didnt see coming at all. It was so good, it answered all my questions, but it also left me wanting a sequel. I want to know what happens when the police find the last hidden clues and if they believe in the story or if they still find the truth. I need more! I totally loved this book, until the last few pages. While the first confession was underwhelming, I would have at least given 4 stars if she left off the last chapter. Also, the detective was absofreakinlutely annoying.

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The two holed up in a hotel room and spent the weekend writing the first draft of the screenplay. They did a draft and then a polish later, before meeting with prospective companies and producers. 2. So why was "Cabin" delayed? It was tangled up in MGM's bankruptcy issues before Lionsgate rescued the film. 3. During the time that "Cabin" sat on a shelf, both its creators started to doubt the quality of their work. But, Lionsgate was so behind the film that it re-convinced Goddard and Whedon that it was a good movie. 4. One of the more problematic notes the filmmakers received was in regard to the film's opening scene. The studio thought opening with Bradley Whitford and Richard Jenkins doing a walk and talk through their Los Alamos-like facility would have confused the audience. "Opening the movie with this scene is one of my favorite things that we accomplished. says Whedon on the disc's commentary. 5. 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The speaker phone scene, involving The Harbinger calling in to the control center, was the first scene the duo wrote after Whedon pitched the overall idea for the film. 16. A scene cut early in the development process (due to time) would have featured our main characters playing a game of "Truth or Dare or Lecture" while they were in the cabin. The game would have one person each take a turn to lecture someone else in the group about something they didn't like about them. The lecture cut from the script involved Marty getting the riot act about his excessive pot use. The line "I'm living in a womb of reefer" would have been a callback to this scene. 17. That long-ish scene in the control center, where people celebrate another successful sacrifice to the Ancient Ones? It came very close to being cut. The studio (MGM) wanted Goddard and Whedon to cut out most of it from the final film. despite the scene perfectly setting up the third act. 18. Whedon eventually convinced his writing partner to cut the scene. So what did Goddard do? He broke down in front of him. After that, Whedon got on the phone with the studio and said they are not cutting the scene. 19. Another memorable sequence that was on the chopping block? The Japanese horror subplot. There were internal debates as to whether or not American audiences would understand the intent here. (Judging by the laughter in theater when I saw it, audiences understood it just fine. 20. According to the director, the scene that tested highest with audiences was the Merman sequence. 21. Sigourney Weaver plays The Director, overseeing this night of deadly activity. The first question she had for her director once she arrived on set was "When will the werewolf be arriving. The once and future Ripley was very eager to finally work with a werewolf. (She even mentioned to Goddard, according to the commentary, she was kind of bummed that. when lunch came. the actor in the werewolf costume was sitting alone. 22. The film's final scene, written by Whedon, is meant to be his version of the "You always were an a* hole, Gorman" scene from James Cameron's "Aliens. The Cabin in the Woods When five college friends (Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams) arrive at a remote forest cabin for a little vacation, little do they expect the horrors that await them. One by one, the youths fall victim to backwoods zombies, but there is another factor at play. Two scientists (Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford) are manipulating the ghoulish goings-on, but even as the body count rises, there is yet more at work than meets the eye. Read More.

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