Kept your interest throughout. Interesting twist in characters. Some good lessons for young people on social media.
Krista for her willingness to serve others, find her sister's killer, and her strength of faith.
There was enough twists that it was hard to pause the story.
The narrator did a good job making a distinction in the characters and keeping your interest.
Read this book for a book club and really enjoyed it. The twists and turns of the story kept me in my car in the parking lot listening.
Great narration, believable character inflection, short chapters, nice twists, pleasant narrative voice.
Revelation of the predator or maybe the death of the predator by dogs --nice touch.
No, this is the first --but I thought it was perfectly done, especially that a female portrayed men and women so credibly without emoting.
No, Maybe three settings due to time constraints. We purchased it to listen to in the car as we made two different long trips.
Great moral message for our time. Important warning for vulnerable people. Naivete, either from a refusal to learn or from just being young can be deadly. The best defense from this type of predator is to never tred on his territory. These creeps are strong, mean, heartless, and usually sociopathic or schizophrenic. If a young woman or man is caught in a predator's web, they usually pay with their lives, and always with their innocence.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
This was a very suspenseful story, although maybe a little predictable. The auther managed to combine Christianity into the story and still make it good with out preaching. I recommend this story as a clean suspense with out some of the vulgerness other stories in the same style might have.
How much info is out there about you? Is someone watching you becasue you gave them all the information they need to find you? A young 14 year old girl is killed when all the killer needs to do is read her social network page and find out all he needs to know.
Her sister is determined to stop the computer company from allowing all personal information to be available to just anyone.
Whose responsibility is it... the company, or the ones using the network? You decide.