Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC
Publication Date: February 10, 2015
Origins: From Author for Review
Synopsis: And all Matt thought he'd have to worry about was a killer hangover...
When Matthew Hastings finally has the opportunity to travel to the place that he's dreamt of visiting for years, he won't let anything stop him.
Not the ghost stories.
Or even the fact that his pessimistic girlfriend has threatened to break up with him if he goes. In fact, it only makes him want to go more.
Then when he finds out that his childhood crush, Kelsey Hendricks, is going to be attending with his closest friends, nothing will stop him from leaving.
Now is his chance to tell her how he really feels. But will he get the chance? When a series of events traps the group underground in the tunnels of New Orleans, they soon discover...
They're not the only ones in the tunnels.
And they must find their way out by sunrise, or they will all be submitted to the horrors of...
The Dying Game.
Review: Matt and his cousin Ashley, along with Garrett (Ashley’s boyfriend and Matt’s best friend) and Kelsey (Ashley’s friend), are off to New Orleans to have a great time, sightseeing and partying. However, there is someone in New Orleans looking to have their own brand of fun and the foursome end up playing THE DYING GAME. While the opening chapters felt a little immature, I got a real thrill from THE DYING GAME once we got into the underground action in New Orleans. Reminiscent of the SAW movies, THE DYING GAME is a nightmare come to life for Matt and his friends. Faced with unfathomable choices and inhumane obstacles, the foursome will need all their strength to make it out alive. I loved the suspense and horror of THE DYING GAME; it kept my interest until the bitter end.