Friday, September 2, 2011

Review of The Pineville Heist by Lee Chambers

Will Aaron Stevens survive the night of the Pineville Heist?
Seventeen year old Aaron stumbles into the aftermath of a five million dollar bank heist gone wrong. Hiding under a canoe, Aaron partially catches the murder of one of the robbers. In the chaos he sneaks away with the money and heads straight for the closest place of safety, his high school. Terrified, Aaron tells his shocking tale to Amanda Becker, his drama teacher, but it doesn’t take long for one of the psychotic robbers to show up. In the locked down school the pair are relentlessly pursued in a quest to get the money back and wipe out the evidence.
The Pineville Heist, based on the award-winning screenplay by Lee Chambers and Todd Gordon, "is a young adult thriller with a slick plot, believable characters, and a breakneck pace that will no doubt appeal to adults as much as teens," noted Walleye Magazine's Amy Jones. "An enthusiatic five stars!"

                                                                    About The Pineville Heist
 Aaron Stevens an increasingly rich boy has had rocky relationship with his town because of his father, Derek Stevens, being called out for keeping all the wealth he has to himself while the town of Pineville where Aaron lives deteriorates. Aaron himself isn't the biggest fan of his dad. Even so, when Aaron overhears a murder that is over stealing his dad's money, he steps in to try to stop it. But the robbers are money greedy and will not give it up easily. Every moment in The Pineville Heist is laced with surprises that excite fans of mystery/suspenss so well.

Aaron is a neat character that thinks very reasonably but does but springs on us moments of teenage problems that are understandable for a teenage boy. This adds to the realistic  feel to the novel overall. As the story progresses we see Aaron learning to grow up. After all when a dangerous unknown killer is after, you hate to. 

The Pineville Heist is an adrenaline spiked story urging the question of 'To Die or Not to Die' against robbers who are more than willing to murder for greed.
                                                             Overall: Amazing read!
                                                         Genre: Mystery/Suspense
                                                                        My Star Review 5 of 5 stars
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Available as: E-book, 147 pgs., Paperback at
Published: July 20th 2011 by MISFP Publishing (Pineville Heist Inc.)
Recommended ages: 15 and up

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                                              The Pineville Heist Book Trailer

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Lee Chambers is an award-winning writer and director. Born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, Chambers now makes Thunder Bay his home after living in Los Angeles and England. 
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