The gripping new race-against-time thriller by the best-selling author of Relentless, The Last 10 Seconds, Siege and Ultimatum.
You’re on a trip with your family, miles from anywhere. A shot rings out – and your whole life changes in an instant.
A woman is racing towards you, chased by three gunmen. Although you don’t know it, she harbours a deadly secret. She’s in terrible danger. And now you are too.
You’re running, terrified, desperate to find safety. You know that the men hunting you have killed before. And if they catch you, you’ll be next…
©2014 Simon Kernick (P)2013 Random House Audiobooks
"Brilliant" (Sunday Mirror)"Hang on tight!" (Harlen Coben)
Yes I will do if the friend is interested in pure entertainment.
Kernick will always do that to his "fan club".
The last one.
A few short unneccessary parts would been left out from this story.
No reason to care if all parts in the story doesn't fit perfect together because it is only
entertainment and who cares about minor details. If the events in this story had happened in the real life about 150 years ago in the old American wild west, they had still been famous legends in our time.
"Overly frenetic thriller"
I enjoyed the author's book Last Ten Seconds so knew his style would probably be a pacy thriller that takes the listener on a roller-coaster experience. However after a gripping start and intriguing early chapters the present story descends into just too many situations of jeopardy, bodies piling up and lonely parts of the Highlands of Scotland apparently inhabited by Russian gangsters, paedophiles, corrupt policemen, hit men and gun-totting grannies. There's little in the way of character-development and no respite from action. I think the story needed a few quiet interludes to slacken the relentless pace. It's all a bit too macho for my taste, though the narrator does a great job and must have been exhausted by the end!
"great easy listening"
No i never listen to the same book twice
Very easy to listen to and follow.
no just enjoyed listening
Bit far fetched in places be still a good story.
"Simon Kerning Fan"
Enjoyable enough and breaks from the normal Simon Kerning plots a bit. If you are a fan of them you'll enjoy it. If you've not read his stuff before try severed or rentless first they are superior books.
Good story and great narrator I just love paul Thornley. Time to get my new book 😎😎
"Good, but not so good as previous ones."
I really enjoy Simon Kernick's books, and like the Scope character a lot.
This was a good yarn as usual, but there were a couple too many plot turns requiring me to suspend disbelief for me to rate it 5 stars.
"Another great read"
Simon Kernick always delivers with his gripping story lines, another awesome book, a must read.
"Love Simon Kernick's books"
Action packed as always and keeps you guessing till the end. Can't wait to listen to the next one now.
"Terrifying and addictive"
Would only recommend to a brave friend living far away from the Scottish highlands who is never alone in the woods or hills.
So many frying pan to fire moments for people that I genuinely cared about.
Great delivery of a tight story drawing the reader into the jeopardy of the vulnerable characters.
Even the highlands aren't safe!
The only book my girlfriend has listened in one sitting as she was to scared for casey and jess to stop.
It was suspense right from the start, kept me guessing almost right to the end.
Twists and turns in the story meant I was never sure what would happen next. Great characters and narrator.
Almost perfect narrator
Run, but you can't hide
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