Denton Little's Deathdate review by tlang
Denton Little's Deathdate (Denton Little Series)
by Lance Rubin
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 18
Reviewer's Location - Locust Grove, Oklahoma, United States
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What would you do if you know exactly what day you were going to die? As soon as you were born, doctors can find out exactly how old you will be when you die and what day. For Denten, he will die tomorrow. However, he does not know how. His last day consists of love triangles, hangovers, jealous exes, a shotgun standoff, and mysterious rashes. Who can he trust? And is someone trying to kill him?

Opinion: 

Words cannot describe how funny and entertaining this book is. I was mesmerized in the storyline in the very beginning of Chapter One and still loved it all the way through Chapter 37. The book is funny. Denton's personality is that, even when death is right around the corner, he is still a funny guy who loves life and loves to make people laugh. All the characters are fully developed and each has a grand personality. The entertainment in this book...well, how can a gun shootoff not be entertaining?

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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Adult humor, sexual, and swear words
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