It’s been 30 years since the terrifying abduction of twin sisters Rebecca and Molly Underhill by a deranged man who lived in a cabin behind their house. Fearful of retribution against their family, the girls kept the incident secret. Rebecca, now a painter and art teacher, suddenly begins getting mysterious text messages. Is Molly - long lost to cancer - trying to communicate? It couldn’t be their attacker from so many years ago; he was imprisoned for a similar crime at about that same time. Surely he’d still be in jail or dead by now - wouldn’t he?
When one of Rebecca’s art students - an autistic savant - gives her a series of paintings, Rebecca realizes the paintings’ scenes match the nightmares she’s had every night since the horrific ordeal three decades earlier.
Escape into a pulse-pounding story that poses the question: What if you were forced to relive the most horrifying moment of your life?
©2012 Vincent Zandri (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Someone who has hormephobia (The fear of being SHOCKED). The only "twist" to this book, was that there were NO twists. everything happened EXACTLY the way one would predict.
Narrator was fine. Did the best that she could considering what she had to work with.
So incredibly let down. As the plot thickened, I started imagining different scenarios that could possibly reveal themselves at the climax of the story. These were the moments that I got excited about the story. (Thinking how maybe two people might be connected in an unexpected way)
A lack of emotion was all I was left with... Dumbfounded. "Oh, everything is EXACTLY as it seems".
It was terribly over-dramatic and the constant whining became annoying.
The idea of the story sounded really interesting, but just wasn't developed properly. The plot could have been cut by half. It wasn't much of a mystery, and some things were not believable, e.g. the time the protagonist found out about her pregnancy, actually most of the hospital scenes...
Totally lacking suspense, and by the end, I really did not even like the main character anymore, partly because of the narrator and partly because of her behavior.
Could have been shorter.
Anything by Sherrilyn Kenyon
One thing I enjoyed was that I did think I had the story figured out, but nope.
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