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Editorial Reviews

Annie O’Sullivan is your average 32-year-old successful businesswoman. She owns a large Victorian home, is up for a big project at her real estate firm, and has a doting boyfriend, loyal golden retriever, and a core group of close friends and family. But, she’s also got a major chip on her shoulder.

After being abducted from her last open house and held captive for an entire year by a psychopathic man named David, the former Annie is Still Missing — and still seeking answers about the deliberateness of her disappearance.

Chevy Stevens’ breakout book, Still Missing, narrated by Angela Dawe, explores the inner workings of the human mind when it’s nearly past redemption.

Set up as a first-person account divided into 26 therapy sessions, Annie vividly depicts a mixture of ghastly memories as a captive in the windowless seclusion of a small log cabin with her present-day demons — sleeping in the closet and timed urination.

The novel itself is stanch, but it is Dawe’s flippant, no-nonsense tone that brilliantly enacts Steven’s rigid, exact language, revealing Annie from the very beginning. In fact, Dawe’s performance so flawlessly portrays the shrewd, rough-and-tumble, yet angst-ridden young woman, you often forget you’re listening to a work of fiction.

Similarly, Dawe has no trouble transitioning to the deeply disturbed David, the mild-mannered boyfriend, or the overbearing, overdone mother. Regardless of character, her performance is seamless, creating an unrivaled listening experience.

A frighteningly intense tale of abuse, hope, betrayal, and the struggle to live on after epic devastation, Chevy Stevens’ Still Missing is an in-your-face rollercoaster ride of emotion that will leave listeners lining up again. —Sarah Zimmerman

Publisher's Summary

On the day she was abducted, Annie O’Sullivan, a 32-year-old Realtor, had three goals: sell a house, forget about a recent argument with her mother, and be on time for dinner with her ever-patient boyfriend. The open house is slow, but when her last visitor pulls up in a van as she’s about to leave, Annie thinks it just might be her lucky day after all.

Interwoven with the story of the year Annie spent captive in a remote mountain cabin — which unfolds through sessions with her psychiatrist — is a second narrative recounting the nightmare that follows her escape: her struggle to piece her shattered life back together, the ongoing police investigation into the identity of her captor, and the disturbing sense that things are far from over.

The truth doesn’t always set you free.

Still Missing is a shocking, visceral, brutal, and beautifully crafted debut novel about surviving the unsurvivable — and living to bear witness.

©2010 Chevy Stevens (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"The intense plot alternates between Annie's creepy confinement, her escape, and her attempts to readjust to real life, from going to the bathroom when she wants to managing her own meals. Still, Annie knows that a large part of her soul is still missing. Her transformation from victim adds to the believability of the enthralling plot." (Publishers Weekly)

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Soooo good!

Dark and twisted! I love the way this book was written. I really couldn't stop listening.

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The ending SOOoooo bad! want my credit back

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I was enjoying the story and mystery behind this book<br/>but the authors unrealistic stupid ending made no sense <br/>If you dont have an ending please dont write a book

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I read a few other reviews ya I didnt see that ending coming either but<br/>thats not a good thing in this case

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Loved it! Excellent book!

I'm addicted to Audible and have listened to dozens of books over the past year and most of them were good, but not memorable. This story was SO GOOD and I felt myself cheering for the main character and feeling her pain, fear, anger, and righteous indignation and sometimes applauding her or even laughing out loud at parts. This story touched me deeply and helped me get through my own personal crisis, which I am still struggling with one day at a time.

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So good!

loved the story, listed to it in 24 hrs. Angela Dawe is my favorite narrator so far!

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Wow! This is an amazing story of courage.

I loved the book beginning to end. Couldn't stop listening. I was surprised at the end by who could do such a thinh

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Still Missing

Finally a thriller without a predictable ending. I will listen to this book again. I recommend this book.

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Great recommend! Thank you Bookies!

Bookies, Facebook fan page, picked a good one with Still Missing! It's one of few audiobooks that I didn't have to restart multiple times! The story was engaging right from the start and I didn't figure out the whodoneit ahead of time. I am always with the police suspecting the boyfriend/husband! Great read!

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riveting suspense, twists and turns, page turner!

I purchased this book after listening to "Never Let You Go" by Chevy Stevens. This book did not disappoint. there are so many twists and turns, the suspense builds and builds, and the end will leave you stunned. it does feature brutal violence and depictions of rape, so be warned. but if you want a riveting page turning thriller, you'll find it here.

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Worth a preview to see if you like

This one snuck up on me. I didn't realize until after I finished the book that I sat in my driveway a couple times to finish listing to what was going on.

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Loved it!

The book was excellent, so I was glad there was an Audible reading. Angela Dawe was so good, it seemed as if she was telling her own story. Annie's year at the cabin sounded so real and the heartrending moments were much harder to listen to than they were to read. Angela captured Annie's "voice" perfectly. I would recommend this reading to anyone who enjoyed the book and I hope to find more read by Angela Dawe.