I Know What You Did Last Summer
Before I Know What You Did Last Summer was a blockbuster hit movie, it was a 1973 young adult thriller by Lois Duncan, and with the help of Literary Roadhouse’s Anais Concepcion, we’re chatting about it on Episode 35. Of course, we break down the plot, but we also talk about hotness in YA, discuss the roots of the #MeToo movement in chauvinistic literary characters, and LOL at various relics of the ‘70s.
CHECK OUT ANAIS’S BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS:
The Sympathizer: A Novel by Viet Thanh Nguyen
Milkman: A Novel by Anna Burns
TUNE IN TO THE LITERARY ROADHOUSE EPISODE FEAT. ALLI — HERE!
“Lois Duncan’s I Know What You Did Last Summer Is the Perfect Book to Revisit Right Before Halloween” (Bustle, 2014)
“The story behind Last Summer Writer: Lois Duncan will use the film version of her book, I Know What You Did Last Summer, to draw attention to the murder of her daughter” (The Baltimore Sun, 1997)
“Book vs Movie: I Know What You Did Last Summer” (Florence In Print, 2017)
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