Then Kyle Kirby's voice rumbles through the walkie-talkie to say she is buried with a dwindling oxygen supply. But Cass McBride is no one's victim - she has looks, money, and brains. She knows that if Kyle wants to talk, then he must want something. And her salesman father taught her well: when someone wants something, there's a deal to be made.
Cass can save herself if she can keep Kyle talking, can discover what he wants - if she can make the deal. The clock is ticking. The game is on.
©2006 Gail Giles; (P)2008 Audible, Inc.
"It is a thrilling, one-sitting read that they won't be able to put down." (School Library Journal)
Outstanding story telling and narration. I never saw the end coming. What a story! Unforgettable!
Thinker Meets Explorer
This was one of the first books I listened to for book club at Audible, and surprisingly I couldn't put it down. (I finished it on one car ride back to my family home.) Actually make that a car ride, trip to the grocery store, and late-night finish once I was home. I wanted to find out about what happened to Cass and, more importantly, why.
So much so that I didn't even notice the supermarket stock man who offered me a shopping cart (after my handheld basket was overflowing). Good thing because I had more time to listen - and shop - after that!
Excellent writing and narration. A haunting psychological drama. I listened from start to finish, lost an hour of sleep without thinking. It makes you wonder how you, or your child, would survive a similar situation.
All time fave book series is Fear Street by R.L. Stine. I have read them all...I think.
Gripping, Interesting, Easy
How it switced between the characters point of view
Cass--She was so real and spoke in typical teenager language
I am not a book reader or listener. I have a hard time finding books. My all time favorite writer is R.L. Stine Fear Street Series. This was a very nice change of pace. This book took off from the start and kept it interesting the whole time. It was easy to listen to. However, there are cuss words in it for those that are word sensitive.
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