I escaped. My name is Flora Dane, and I was kidnapped from a beach on spring break. I spent 472 days with my captor before I was found. I survived. And I've spent the last five years trying to reacquaint myself with the rhythms of my life. But everything is different.
My relationships are fractured. I've had to learn how to protect myself, how to live in this dangerous new world. I'm reckless. I know that there are other predators out there, and I'll do anything to stop them. Now I've killed a man who I suspect may be involved in another girl's disappearance.
Detective D. D. Warren doesn't trust me. She doesn't know whether I am a victim or a vigilante. Sometimes neither do I. But all she needs to know is that I can help. And that I'll put myself in danger again if I need to. Because the only thing that's important is to find her.
©2016 Lisa Gardner, Inc. (P)2016 Headline Digital
"In this strong addition to the series, Gardner retains her place on thrillerdom's top tier." (Booklist)
"Gardner repeatedly ratchets up the tension." (Publishers Weekly)
"Lisa Gardner delivers an intelligent, sophisticated, psychological thriller in her latest instalment Fear Nothing.... Gardner continues to show why she is on the short list of top thriller writers today." (Suspense Magazine)
"Astonishingly gripping, heartbreaking, and as vivid as if you're living the heroine's nightmare yourself. The perfect thriller." (Sophie Hannah)
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Gripping clever story had me hooked till the end. Like the narrating nice voice suited character
A great story that kept u guessing until the end. Narration excellent, one of Lisa Gardners best in my opinion.
"entertaining if a bit dark... had me to the end!"
it's dark context for sure but actually an interesting twist on the norm... do it!
Good storyline, kept me interested but I figured out the twist long before it was revealed..., still worth a listen!
"Tense and the end is surprising."
I found this book intriguing but the subject matter is heavy and disturbing. It isn't a fun listen but well crafted and the end is consistent with the story but only starts coalescing in the last chapters. I now need to hear something less dark!
Great psychological thriller /crime story that keeps you guessing and very well read. I'd recommend it.
"Loved this story- gripping and intense..."
The performance was great and I enjoyed the tempo and rhythm. It was quite upsetting and gruesome too- but the story keeps you gripped. Really would recommend if you are a fan of the genre.
I struggled to follow all the different story lines but it all came together in the end and had a good ending.
"Awful narrator, okay-ish story."
Pha - mostly pretty dull and predictable. I wouldn't recommend it or rather I wouldn't recommend paying more than £2-3 on it.
I've listened to another book read by this narrator before and she is so awful. Such a grinding voice where every word grates on you, especially when she is doing dialogue- AGGGGHHHHHHHHH- please, please if you are gonna carry on doing books then please get some lessons hey!!
I think I would give another book by this author a try if it was on offer but I shall definitely never put myself through the ordeal of having to listen to that woman's voice again so no more books read by this narrator for me!
There are so, so many books to choose from that I can afford to be picky I suppose.
"The master of misdirection"
It's a few years since I've read a Lisa Gardner novel and she's lost none of her skill in pulling the reader in and keeping you guessing with cleverly woven misdirection.
The middle section of the book was perhaps a little long winded but the ending was punchy and worth the wait.
The narration was good and conveyed the drama and differentiated the characters well.
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