Seven years ago, Grace Grafton died in a boating accident while partying on the Georgia, South Carolina coast. Was her death the result of alcohol and drugs or something more sinister? Nobody knows: her body was never recovered.
Now years later, a woman reads in disbelief the note addressed to her: Hello Grace, did you think we wouldn t find you?
Those nine chilling words end Grafton's self-imposed sanctuary of witness protection. Now she and everyone she loves are in grave danger. Long believed dead, she has a secret that can change the world. She knows the man running for president is guilty of a double murder! But who will believe her?
©2013 Ward Tanneberg (P)2013 Ward Tanneberg
The plot of the story is well thought and has moments that catch you off guard. However, the narration was not spliced together as well as it should. Several instances throughout of repeated phrases as if they were trying to make it better. Doesn't detract from the story.
It was an exciting and interesting story. The characters had a lot of depth and I really felt like I got to know the characters in this book.
Grace was, it's her story and so you really get to know her and experience things right along with her.
I thought he did a great job bringing the characters to life.
A bad choice seven years ago has haunted her ever since, and now they have found her, there is no where left to run.
No, he is speaking way too fast and there is little distinction between characters as I have come to expect from other narrations. I've listened to more than 300 audios, and this one isn't the worst, but it's far from good. He's so fast that there is barely a breath between switching from one character to another, and it makes it hard to follow the story. He has an upbeat voice, but sometimes it doesn't fit the scene in the book. I'm struggling with being able to follow along and I've only just started this book.
Way to wordy. I found that I was fast-forwarding through chapters to get to the knitty-gritty parts of the story.
The theme of the story was good.
I really don't know. Maybe someone who has a southern accent already would be good.
A follow-up book would be okay as long as it is not drawn out.
The reader.... at times it sounded mechanical and monotone. Had to work hard to press pass that!
When she's escaping.
Mechanical & Monotone.
- Good story
- A couple of times it was a little slow
- I liked the fact that they kept it clean
The story line was fantastic there were just facts that were wrong in the beginning and it basically ruined the book for me.
The accents were very stereotypical and negative.
The scenes were ok just needed to be written better.
The story was great but need to make sure time lines are right and just written better. I loved the story though and that kept me hooked until the end but I was just put off by the narrator and by certain incorrect facts.
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