In her most stunning, riveting, unstoppable novel yet, best-selling and critically acclaimed author Tracy Brown delivers the not-to-be-missed sequel to Snapped.
Misa has confessed to the murder of drug lord Steven Bingham, her sister’s brother-in-law, and everything is turned upside down. Misa faces jail time and the loss of her son forever, Frankie is out for revenge, and Camille has just dropped another bomb on Frankie, telling her estranged husband (and his mistress) that she is pregnant with his child.
Their friends, Dominique and Toya, gather around Camille and Misa in their time of need, but storm clouds have gathered over their own lives as well. Dominique’s daughter has gone missing, and a dark figure from Toya’s past has come back with a vengeance. Against the backdrop of a high-profile murder case, these four friends will band together like they never have before as they confront the demons of their pasts and an uncertain future. And in the end, they will be forever changed.
©2011 Tracy Brown (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
“[In] Brown’s scorching sequel to Snapped…Misa must deal with her feelings of inadequacy as a mother able to protect her child and face a stirring courtroom showdown.” (Publishers Weekly)
Great storyline, keeps you interested the whole way through. If you read Snapped, you were wondering what happened and this second novel does not dissapoint! It kept me interested until the very end. Enjoyed the characters.
Not sure. It was pretty slow moving and disjointed and at times, difficult to follow.
Ms. Brown could have made the sub-plots less erratic and more cohesive to the overall story. In this book, her sub-plots seemed to jump around all over the place, the characters did not seem to have real depth and the sub-plots did not unify the whole story. Also, the end was anti-climatic.
I did not like the narrator. Many times I sat the audiobook down because I could not get pass the narrator's voice in this book. Not enough variations between the characters' voices.
Toya did not belong in this story. She did not seem to fit in well. Her story seemed to be an after-thought.
I really liked the White Lines I and White Lines II series. The characters seemed alive and less forced in those two books. I bought Snapped: Aftermath because I thoroughly enjoyed the White Lines series. I was disappointed with this book and I will not buy Snapped.
No! I think abortion is wrong. I think organized crime and murder should not be glorified.
She did a good job
Most of them
Not something I want to read for entertainment.
Tell us about yourself! Love listening to books in the bathtub and in the bed before I go to sleep, love James Burke, and John Grishman
It went a little too far, became less believable as you continued
Yes, but the had to many issues, to keep up with
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
There were so many things I liked about this story; that Camille stood by her sister; that Domonique's daughter came home so they could deal with her issue. I was especially happy to see Frankie pull it together and the ending between him and his mistress.
This was very good read and sequal to Tracy Brown's Snapped. I actually enjoyed this novel better than the first. Every loose end was wrapped up but at the same time, left you looking toward the future of these characters. The narration by Allyson Johnson was also very well done. This novel showed me how much people can go through and still be survivors and look forward to their future. It shows that we must some how deal with our past issues or we will take these issues into our relationship and cause so much destruction to ourselves and others.
Yes, because the reader was very good at playing out each character. It seemed as if you could see each character being played out in your imagination.
LaToria was by far the greatest she was strong and good friend to have in your corner.
All the characters were performed very well by her, they were indiviuals even though it was the same voice.
I am ready for the next book.
The ending to this one was much better than Tracy Brown's original "Snapped". Snapped ended with no closure as if the author was tired of writing. If it wasn't for the sequel I would have never considered listening to or reading a Tracy Brown novel. In Aftermath, Tracy Brown redeemed herself and put some much needed closure to Snapped. She adequately gave us a deep a personal understanding of all the characters, much unlike most novels which only focuses on a few of the characters. I loved it and would recommend this book to anyone as long as they read both novels. I cant wait for Tracy Brown to come out with the next sequel, this time expanding on Camille and Misa as well as their children. Again...I loved it!!!
Look forward to your next project! This book kept me glued until the end. I ended up liking all the characters. Very good book.
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