One Crazy Summer



One Crazy Summer With over 175,000 books downloaded worldwide, the bestselling author of The Mystic Saga, Dominion, Saving Brooksie, and Ghosts of Ophidian now brings you a tale of three teenagers who may have just found a modern day treasure map at their summer job It s the summer of 1999 and the price of gas is 1.09 per gallon, J Lo is releasing her first album, and in the small town of Riverton, Bradley Brock is searching for 1.3 million dollars With the whole summer ahead of him, Bradley stumbles unwittingly into his first summer job While it appears to be an opportunity to learn responsibility and make a few bucks in the process, it is anything but With a manager that likes to play pranks and sports in the store, a cashier that is encouraged to harass customers, and a crazy guy who knocks holes in the walls, Brad finds himself almost alone in his sanity Then Brad discovers a journal that documents a fellow employee s search for a large bag of money that was lost many years ago With the assistance of two of his friends, he embarks on a journey to follow the trail of the money and ultimately to nab it for themselves The only problem someone else is searching for the same bag of money and he s willing to kill for it Scott McElhaney is the recipient of the Xulon Book Award for his first suspense novel Mommy s Choice Now he is making most of his novels available to Kindle readers at the very accessible price of only 99 cents Scott is a veteran of the US Navy, a loyal husband of than 18 years, and a father of two boys He is currently employed as a finance supervisor at the Matco Tools corporate office while he maintains his side job as an author of suspense and science fiction This book is the results of spending than 5 years as the world s worst store manager in his opinion at a local business that will remain unnamed some of the best years of Scott s life. Download One Crazy Summer by Scott McElhaney – heartforum.co.uk

Scott s first novel, Mommy s Choice, was originally published in paperback under the pseudonym Scott Curtis In under a year on the bookshelves, that novel won the National Christian Choice Book Award for romantic suspense When Scott moved to a different publisher and started making his novels available to Kindle readers, he returned to his real name and reduced the prices to the absolute minimum Scott s first novel, Mommy s Choice, was originally published in paperback under the pseudonym Scott Curtis In under a year on the bookshelves, that novel won the National Christian Choice Book Award for romantic suspense When Scott moved to a different publisher and started making his novels available to Kindle readers, he returned to his real name and reduced the prices to the absolute minimum allowed by .Scott McElhaney currently resides in Ohio with his wife and two sons Although his books didn t become available to Kindle readers until December 2011, over 250,000 digital copies have been purchased to date and he still maintains a position in the top 100 worldwide in the Sci fi Space Opera category

One Crazy Summer  By Scott McElhaney IBN :  Format : Kindle Edition – heartforum.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 133 pages
  • One Crazy Summer
  • Scott McElhaney
  • English
  • 11 January 2017

10 thoughts on “One Crazy Summer

  1. Mel says:

    Really liked it I wasn t sure what to expect from One Crazy Summer since I got it for just a few Cents.It was a fun read Scott McElhaney s writing style is good and it made me want to read on The story is well thought through.A bit weird were the religious messages I don t have anything against that at all but it was just way too superficial and quite bizarre and misplaced They just seemed to appear out of thin airI agree with some of the reviews here that say that the characters co Really liked it I wasn t sure what to e...

  2. P. Christopher Colter says:

    One Crazy Summer by Scott McElhaney was a fun little story, though nothing groundbreaking My expectations were low to begin with due to the rather generic title, but it wasn t that bad of a novel If it was, I never would have stuck with it to the end The plot was rather generic, and the characters could have useddevelopment I do agree with other reviewers that McElhaney s attempts to shoehorn in a Christian message were a bit awkward As a regular churchgoer myself, I didn t find those One Crazy Summer by Scott McElhaney was a fun little story, though nothing groundbreaking My expectations were low to begin with due to the rather generic title, but it wasn t that bad of a novel If it was, I never would have stuck with it to the end The plot was rather generic, and the characters could have useddevelopment I do agree with oth...

  3. Jason Rather says:

    Scott s writing style is smooth, graceful, and reminiscent of Nicholas Sparks This is a cleverly written story about a 16 year old boy named Brad who stumbles into his first summer job at a local department store The store is riddled with an array of interesting characters, one of which is a 70 year old guy who dies literally in Brad s arms It s only when Brad and his friends start going through this old guy s personal effects that they discover a journal and some newspaper clipping documenti Scott s writing style is smooth, graceful, and reminiscent of Nicholas Sparks This is a cleverly written story about a 16 year old boy named Brad who stumbles into his first summer job at a local department store The store is riddled with an array of interesting characters, one of which is a 70 year old guy who dies literally in Brad s arms It s only when Brad ...

  4. Jodi Woody says:

    With the whole summer ahead of him, Bradley stumbles unwittingly into his first summer job Scott McElhaney has a great writing style I have enjoyed his sci fi books and I totally loved this one Who doesn t love a flashback from our past when we were young and stupid Several of the characters reminded me of people I knew in my past There is some very humorous parts in this book This is good, clean, fun fiction It is written for adults, but I recommend for pre teens and up I give it five With the whole summer ahead of him, Brad...

  5. Kelsey Reif says:

    Perfect for a summer afternoon It s fast paced and easy to read Great characters It s cool to read from a teen guys point of view, to see all of Bradley s random thoughts The mystery behind the treasure hunt was great Just wish the epilogue caught up with David too.

  6. Book Him Danno says:

    A book written for the young teenager market It involves Brad obtaining his first employment at age 16 in a discount store After an old employee drops dead from a heart attack Brad is cleaning out his locker and discovers that he has been looking for a million dollars plus ...

  7. Debra Barstad says:

    This was a cute little book I contained mystery, romance, coming of age, spiritual undertones and was a good story While this book was a short book the characters were developed and the reader could easily follow them The story line was de...

  8. Swanbender2001 says:

    This was a very implausible story on many levels There were a couple of characters in the story whose existence and makeup were only there for the convenience of the story line and whose actions and intents did not make sense.

  9. Lisa Clark says:

    Twists and turnsJust when you think you have the mystery figured out, there is a twist the story It did not end the way I thought it would, but it was a good ending A nice surprise.

  10. Tracy says:

    Good pool book

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