A hilarious, sometimes bone-chilling, collection of summer stories, perfect for sharing around a campfire, in a tent, or relaxing on the dock.
Time to hit the road: the minivan is packed, the cooler chock full, and the lake beckons. Summer is the perfect setting for sharing short stories at the cottage, around the campfire, in the tent, or on the long ride to camp. The Death Swing at Falcon Lake has the perfect story for each occasion. There are epic tales of neighbourhood battles about who could build the best tree fort, harrowing stories of the kind of bravery it takes to walk to the outhouse in the dark, embarrassing recounts of falling in love at summer camp, and a few about the monster watching you from the shadows while you read this beside the campfire.
Raconteur Jeremy John delivers another hilarious, heartfelt, and occasionally scary collection of short stories that make for perfect summer reading.