Still Coming

Still Coming Review

Every year the best colleges reject thousands of the brightest young minds in the country. But what might happen if a large number of them refused to take no for an answer?

One morning, Shepherdton College receives 437 envelopes from twenty-eight states. Each contains the same two-word message: Still coming.

That’s just the beginning. The college president’s house burns down; the water in the country club swimming pool turns red; the ghost of a local war hero appears.

Another message is received: We’re Here.

Nerves fray, and if the “comers” aren’t trouble enough, a Peeping Tom turns into a home invader, and shows signs of becoming a full-blown sexual predator.

The town fragments and people take up arms after one last message is received…

Won’t Be Long Now.

Still Coming is a psychological thriller for anyone, student or parent, who’s ever sweated a college admission decision.

Title:Still Coming
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Paul Hollis

    This was one of those books that I was glad that was finally over, as it's my policy that I always finish books no matter what but this was a chore. I read this as an e-book with a page count of 433 ...

  • Tina

    I really enjoy Joseph Flynn's work, and _Still Coming_ is no exception. The story is about Shepherdton College, which has just received a mountain of mail, presumably from rejected hopefuls, which sim...

  • Nancy

    Very interest story....

  • Shawn Davis

    The business of college is cut-throat. From the politics of admission to the benign dictatorship of the college president, Shepherdton College is muscling its way into the big leagues - a boutique sch...

  • gert

    ok, if you haven't read any of joseph flynn's work, and are thinking of starting with this one - don't. don't get me wrong - still worth the price of admission, absolutely. but it didn't have the tigh...

  • Terry Crawford Palardy

    I enjoyed this book, and found it plausible in today's technologically skilled world. A small group of techno-talented high school students rejected by the big colleges (Harvard, Yale, Princeton Stanf...

  • Robert Bannon

    pretty good read - I have never read Joseph Flynn before but will add him to my list of authors to read again. I found the plot a little over-complicated and probably too many characters, but the stor...

  • Pam H

    I generally like Joseph Flynn's writing and maybe it was my mood at the time but this one just didn't grab me, although I did finish it. Certainly was an storyline - just didn't leave me with the "I'm...

  • Laura

    I never expect much from a book I get for free. However, Still Coming was excellent by any standard. It read well and from the first chapter I could not put it down! I was reading it in the checkout l...

  • Abbie

    Actual rating - 2.5This dragged quite badly for me unfortunately, as the pacing was really slow. I felt bored early on because of it, and was glad when it was over. ...