The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek

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The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek

The Lost Causes of bleak Creek is written by the duo of Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal. This one is a fictional book based on humor and satire. Another good book from the writers, which is a memoir is named Rhett & Link’s Book of Mythicality. You will love to experience this entertaining book in audio format.

Vikas Adam is the narrator of this chapter. He was an excellent narrator and did full justice to all the characters that he played in this novel.

It was in Bleak Creek in North Carolina in the year 1992 which was a slow-paced place with the qualities of an ordinary Southern town having a couple of Baptist churches. Beneath all the cheer of the town, the teens of the Bleak Creek used to live in fear of being deployed to The Whitewood School. It was a local penitentiary that had a record of putting teens (unruly) on the narrow and straight path. The record was so perfect that almost everyone there was prepared to disregard all the mysterious deaths there over the last decade or so.

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Leif Nelson and Rex McClendon, the freshmen of high school at first believed that the weird demises of students were all accidents. But everything changed including their belief when Alicia Boykins, their best friend was also sent to the Whitewood School as a punishment. Both Leif and Rex were pushed hard to question the secrecy of their hometown. They were determined to help out their friend Alicia in any possible way.

The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek tells a very smart mystery that is beautifully wrapped in humor, something that pleased the audience a lot.



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