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This past month I read a very fascinating novel called I Know What You Did Last Summer by Louis Duncan This title in my opinion really makes me want to read the story as if its calling me saying Open me up Read me read me It just really pulls you in You want to know right away who I is and what happened last summer I would say that the main character in this book is Julie James There is also Julies mom Mrs James and Julies boyfriend Bud Then theres Helen Rivers and her family which includes Mrs Rivers Mr Rivers and Elsa her sister There is Collie who is Helens new friend as well In the story there is also Barry Cox and his parents Mr and Mrs Cox Ray Bronson is included but his family is not Then of course we are left with David and Megan Gregg Only in the end we find Bud and Collie to be the same person Collingsworth Williams I would say this title fits very well because in the beginning of the novel Julie gets the first warning that someone knows what happened last summer that warning was a letter addressed to her anonymously saying I know what you did last summer The four main characters include Julie Helen Ray and Barry Out of the four Ray has the best description of himself He looked older He was very tan his light hair grew thick and long down over his ears and his brows were bleached pale over his cat-green eyesHe had grown a beard It was short and stubby Duncan 25 Some other qualities besides look about Ray are that hes smart and he thinks ahead But what stops him from this is that hes in love with Julie and cant get her off his mind There are multiple settings in this story Im inferring that the setting takes place somewhere near 1973 because
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