Imagine a helpless, pregnant 16-year-old who's just been yanked from the serenity of her home and shoved into a dirty van. Kidnapped. Alone. Terrified.
Now forget her....
Picture instead a pregnant, 16-year-old, manipulative prodigy. She is shoved into a dirty van and, from the first moment of her kidnapping, feels a calm desire for two things: to save her unborn son and to exact merciless revenge.
She is methodical, calculating, scientific in her plotting. A clinical sociopath? Leaving nothing to chance, secure in her timing and practice, she waits for the perfect moment to strike. Method 15/33 is what happens when the victim is just as cold as the captors.
The agents trying to find a kidnapped girl have their own frustrations and desires wrapped into this chilling drama. In the twists of intersecting stories, one is left to ponder: Who is the victim? Who is the aggressor?
©2015 Shannon Kirk (P)2015 Random House Audio
The main character of this book is intriguing, complex, and an overall joy to read about. Sherlock Holmes meets MacGyver, but as a teenage girl. I would say that if you aren't a fan of detail, this may be a bit off-putting. But the fluid nature of the story leaves you anxious to continue at each stop.
The narrator does a tremendous job capturing the main character, however leaves a bit to be desired on the male characters. It's not a problem, and not a reason to remove a star. Just a critique.
The idea behind this story is interesting- the story is fast paced and bizarre. There are some significant glaring medical errors- which could have easily been researched- and the story probably could've ended 4 hours early and been better.
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