Friday, November 23, 2012

Review: Still Missing

Still Missing
Still Missing by Chevy Stevens

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Please note: I read this book in 2010. I'm updating this review to add a disclosure and disclaimer and otherwise format it to my current standards.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the Amazon Vine program in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

My Synopsis: Annie O'Sullivan had a good life - plenty of money, a nice house, nice car, lots of good clothing ... everything was going great. Until she was abducted by a man who was obsessed with her, who set her up as his "perfect" housewife, insisting on all sorts of rules that she had to follow on a day-to-day basis and keeping her captive in a cottage on a mountain. Annie doesn't know where she is, but she does know she will take the first chance she can to kill her captor and escape.

My Additional Thoughts: Told in a series of first-person narratives, and then flash-backs, by Annie herself as she attends sessions with a therapist (which is, while not a completely new technique, still a quite effective one), this book will keep you locked onto the page. The ending WILL shock you - it is a wonderful twist.

Recommended for: Fans of mystery/thrillers and suspense novels, anyone who likes a good story.

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