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The Fall of Candy Corn

A Sweet Seasons Novel, Book 2
Narrated by: Laura Derocher
Series: Sweet Seasons, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 11-13
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Summary

In the second book of the Sweet Seasons series, Candace has decided to spend another season at The Zone amusement park. But while working as a screaming mascot in the maze is fun, the park has more than a few serious twists—and scares—to offer.

Candace never thought she’d sign up for another season at The Zone, but the allure of working with her boyfriend, Kurt, and spending time with her new friends has made the job easier to bear. Though once she finds out her new job is working as Candy in the newest Halloween maze—a role based on her harrowing night in the park that summer that shifted into a wild story she was chased by a killer—things don’t look quite as promising. Her friend Josh makes things slightly easier to bear, but soon the stress of her family’s potential financial hardships, a suddenly strained relationship with Kurt, and the exhaustion of running and screaming each night begin to take their toll. Then dangerous things start happening inside the maze, and Candace starts wondering if maybe her urban myth is becoming a reality—which means her life may be in danger.

The Fall of Candy Corn

  • is a YA contemporary novel with a fun, rom-com feel
  • is written by New York Times bestselling author Debbie Viguié
  • contains a suspenseful plotline with light chills
  • is a coming-of-age story that mixes humor with real-life struggles
  • is a clean read for young adult fans of any age.
©2010 Debbie Viguié (P)2010 Zondervan

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  • 01-06-15

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It was a good sequel as in seeing candace grow into her own more- though I think she is a little too precious at times.

Halloween was fun to read but had the tendency of feeling like an episode from scooby doo at times.

I'm sorry to say the narration ruined it slightly for me. Laura's reading voice is nice but the character voices was quite distracting. So much so that sometimes I missed the words as I was paying too much attention to her voice instead and going huh/ that's not how I imagine bla.

I think tamara is called tamara literally but the narrator kept saying tamera- I haven't seen text so can't say but in book one it was pronounced differently. Also,sorry, but tamara sounded like a 40 year old ghetto queen/ not what I imagine her to be.

Overall it's a good addition/ but found the narrator a bit distracting.