This sort of reboot feels more like a financial gambit than one made to improve quality of the book and I Know What You Did Last Summer is compelling enough not to need it. Now, having received the note, Julie fearfully visits Helen. But thinking back to the night of the shooting, Barry recalls that he was lured out by an anonymous caller who supposedly had photographic evidence of the accident and would give it to Barry in exchange for money.
Then he says he will kill her and the girl he is going out with that night. Julie agrees but walks with him out of the car to say good-bye. Helen dashes into the bathroom and is saved from him by breaking a window and climbing out.
Julie returns home to prepare for a date when she encounters Ray waiting for her. Bud shows up for his date with Julie but her mother has had one of her ominous premonitions and asks her not to go. Making reference to a "pact" they made last summer, Barry blames the letter on Ray, who Helen reveals is back in town.
Eventually, the details of what happened last summer come out.
Duncan was best known for her novels of suspense for teenagers. He goes out to meet someone and ends up in the hospital with a gunshot wound. Julie gets a nondescript letter in the mail with only seven words on it that says, "I know what you did last summer.
James has a very bad feeling about all of this. While outside, Bud tries to get Julie in the car, but she refuses.
She is looking forward to moving away and putting all this behind her. Their victim died on the way to the hospital.
In she married Don Arquette, and had two more children with him. Ray and Julie were in the back seat making out. They learn that they wrecked a whole family and not just one little boy. Ray painfully remembers calling for help after the accident. After promising to never tell anyone, they drift apart: Follow Lois on Twitter: To comfort Megan, Julie reveals that she lost her own father at a young age.
Duncan attended Duke University from to but dropped out, married, and started a family. His ability to walk again in doubt, Barry claims that the phone call came from Helen, who denies this.
Ray even goes so far as to tell Barry he wants to break the pact. He also explains that Collie and Bud are, in fact, the same person. Who Killed My Daughter? The idea of an unwed pregnancy or a very young marriage was not easy for her to accept.
After they learn that the boy they hit died from the injuries, Julie feels guilty and sends yellow roses to the funeral, and they try to go about their lives. Ray brings in the mail at his house and he has received a newspaper clipping about Daniel Gregg, son of Mr. She makes a friend with a handsome new neighbor named Collie but comes close to falling apart when Barry is lured away from his frat house by a telephone call and shot.
Barry gets a phone call one evening. By now, both Helen and Ray have received ominous messages as well. He knew the worst thing for me would be to stay alive in a world without you.Jun 19, · Lois Duncan, whose suspenseful young adult novels inspired the slasher movie “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and who later wrote about the unsolved murder of.
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